Our sophisticated practice and national reputation in the employee benefits field have enabled us to attract top legal talent.
Many of our attorneys have joined us because they understand the value and rarity of working with a large group of employee benefits specialists. At Trucker Huss, attorneys can walk down the hall and receive assistance with complex questions on any legal matter related to benefits and executive compensation from other attorneys who are recognized experts in their field.
In many multi-practice law firms, ERISA and employee benefits represent only a small fraction of a firm’s total staff and business. By contrast, at Trucker Huss, the practice of ERISA and employee benefits law is our only business.
Attorney with 4 to 7+ years of experience with health and welfare plans, including self-funded plans, and Section 125 cafeteria plans. Our ideal candidate will have familiarity with ERISA, the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA (portability, privacy and security ), COBRA, and the Internal Revenue Code, and experience drafting plan documents, including SPDs.
Attorney with 4 to 7+ years of experience with qualified plans (defined contribution and/or defined benefit plans). Our ideal candidate will have familiarity with ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code, and drafting plan documents, including SPDs.
Trucker Huss is seeking first-year and second-year law school students to participate in our yearly summer associate program. Trucker Huss is committed to its summer associate program and has recruited associates from this program. To learn more about the firm, please review the site.
Summer associates work on a variety of projects which may include preparing research memoranda and various types of transactional documents, and work on litigation matters. Summer associates may also have the opportunity to attend trustee meetings and court proceedings.
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