Employee pension and welfare benefits are major issues for businesses and industries of all sizes. Not only can it be time-consuming to create and administer flexible, affordable benefit plans, but you must pay constant attention to the tax and other legal implications associated with them. That’s why prompt and efficient handling of compliance issues, benefit claims and potential litigation becomes critical to any profitable business, and why efficient, accurate and comprehensive legal advice is a driving factor for success.
McNees Wallace & Nurick offers the breadth of services and leading-edge techniques of a national law firm, with the personalized service you expect from your hometown legal team. This makes us uniquely qualified to advise and assist clients of all sizes through all aspects of employee benefits law. Our knowledgeable interdisciplinary group — skilled in tax, labor, general business and litigation — ensures creative, thorough, vigorous and affordable representation with services, including:
McNees Wallace & Nurick also offers the ability to consult with lawyers in its other practice areas, including its tax attorneys, land use planning attorneys, and environmental lawyers to assess all aspects of the condemnation’s effect on the affected property.
McNees Wallace & Nurick attorney Sarah Ivy will speak at the Building Trades Employers Association (BTEA) Affordable Care/Paid Family Leave seminar on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at The Manhattan Club in New York City.