Trucker Huss, one of the largest employee benefits law firms in the country, with offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland, seeks attorneys interested in joining its nationally recognized and expanding team.
Employee Benefits Attorney
Candidates must be licensed to practice law (CA bar membership not required) and have at least one year of experience advising clients on employee benefit matters (retirement and/or health and welfare plans), as governed by ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code and related regulatory frameworks. Candidates should be able to demonstrate their ability to apply law and guidance to solve client employee benefits challenges. While not required, ideal candidates should have hands-on experience in drafting plan documents, summary plan descriptions and other legal documents related to employee benefits matters and experience in guiding clients through the various IRS and DOL remedial programs. All candidates must have strong written and oral communication skills. Newer attorneys with prior benefits consulting/administration experience may be considered.
If you have a strong interest in employee benefits, enjoy working directly with plan sponsors and fiduciaries to meet the unique challenges of ERISA, and you desire to work with a highly engaged and collaborative team of professionals that is committed to the success of each of its members, we want to speak with you.
The Firm provides a competitive Bay Area salary and benefits package with a billable hours requirement promoting work/life balance. Salary range: $170,000 to $290,000. Compensation depends on relevant experience. Remote working arrangements are available.
Executive Compensation Attorney
Candidate must be licensed to practice law (CA bar membership not required) and have at least 7 years of experience in executive compensation. Candidate should have significant experience representing public and private companies with respect to tax and securities law issues in connection with executive compensation plans/programs, equity-based arrangements and other types of incentive compensation plans. The candidate should have experience with relevant executive compensation provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (e.g., 409A, 280G, 162(m) and 83). Additional experience with ERISA and employee benefits matters is a plus, but it is not required. Salary range: $240,000 to $350,000. Compensation depends on relevant experience. Remote working arrangements are available.
Information to apply:
This position offers an exciting opportunity to be part of an expanding, specialized practice area. To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to: email@example.com.