Bruce Schwartz is a Principal in the White Plains, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He has more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of employee benefits and compensation counseling and is one the founders of the Firm’s Benefits Practice Group.
Mr. Schwartz’s practice encompasses virtually all areas of employee benefits law and federal tax law matters relating to benefits and compensation, including the following:
design, implementation and operation of tax-qualified retirement plans including 401(k), profit-sharing, stock bonus, defined benefit and 403(b) plans;
design, implementation and operation of supplemental executive retirement plans and other nonqualified deferred compensation plans, including compliance with Section 409A and Section 457;
analysis and implementation of severance and executive compensation plans;
compliance with tax law requirements applying to other employee benefit plans and compensation, including compliance with Section 125 cafeteria plan and Section 132 fringe benefit requirements;
advice with respect to federal tax and benefit rules applicable to contingent workers, including employee leasing and independent contractor issues; establishment, administration and operation of health and other welfare plans;
He has represented a full range of clients from small, closely-held businesses to large national and multinational entities companies in a broad range of industries. Prior to joining Jackson Lewis in 1989, Mr. Schwartz was a member of the tax/employee benefits groups at Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler (1986-1989) and Olwine, Connelly, Chase, O’Donnell & Weyher (1984-1986).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Bruce H. Schwartz