Jay’s practice is concentrated in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation for both profit and tax-exempt entities. He advises companies on the design, formation and operation of tax-qualified retirement plans (including cash balance and hybrid plans), nonqualified deferred compensation plans (including Code §§ 409A and 457 compliance), and welfare benefit plans (including compliance with the Affordable Care Act, COBRA, FMLA, and USERRA).
He also has experience with ERISA fiduciary issues, including issues related to plan governance, prohibited transactions and litigation matters. Additionally, he advises clients on a variety of privacy maters, including compliance with HIPAA.
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