Her practice focuses on all aspects of employee benefits counseling. Joan represents plan service providers (including registered investment advisers, third party administrators, and recordkeepers) in fulfilling their obligations under ERISA. Joan also represents plan sponsor clients on the design of qualified retirement plans (including ESOPs), nonqualified executive compensation plans and welfare benefit plans, day-to-day plan administrative issues and transactional planning involving benefit plan acquisitions, plan mergers and plan terminations. Joan has represented major publicly-held corporations, closely held corporations, U.S. affiliates of foreign corporations and tax-exempt organizations in various matters involving benefits and compensation matters.
In General. Joan received her bachelor's degree in economics from Douglass College in 1983, where she graduated in three years Phi Beta Kappa with high honors, her J.D. from Seton Hall University in 1986, where she was associate editor of theSeton Hall Law Reviewand published three articles.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Joan M. Neri