Kristine works with clients on a variety of issues related to health and welfare and retirement plans. Her practice includes advising clients about all aspects of ERISA and Internal Revenue Code compliance as it relates to employee benefit plans, as well as drafting and amending plan documents, and negotiating plan service provider agreements. She advises clients on compliance with health care reform, COBRA, HIPAA, nondiscrimination rules, fiduciary duties, qualified domestic relations orders, reporting and disclosure requirements, Code Section 125 cafeteria plans, and other fringe benefits. Kristine also has substantial experience advising employers on employment law and she is a seasoned public speaker on employee benefits and employment law topics.
Her areas of specialization is in employee benefits and executive compensation. She is admitted to practice with the Oregon Bar.
J.D., Lewis and Clark Law School, 2002
B.S., Pacific Lutheran University, 1996
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kristine M. Bingman