Member, American Bar Association (Member of the Labor/Employment Law Section and Past Chair of the Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Section)
Member, Western Pension and Benefits Council (Member of the Program Committee of the San Francisco Chapter)
Mr. Schwartz has more than 20 years of experience in the area of employee benefits law. He focuses his practice on multiemployer pension plans, employer withdrawal liability, and ERISA litigation.
Mr. Schwartz represents a number of multiemployer trust funds, including the largest Taft-Hartley trust in the United States, and he counsels clients extensively in the areas of fiduciary responsibility and plan administration. In addition, he serves as a court-appointed mediator in ERISA cases for the United States District Court for the Northern District of California and has litigated a wide variety of benefits and compensation-related cases in the federal and state courts.
Mr. Schwartz presents and publishes on issues related to multiemployer pension plans as well as other ERISA and qualified plan topics. He has recently present on various aspects of ERISA litigation, benefit claims, QDROs and legal ethics.
Mr. Schwartz has been listed as a Top Rated Employee Benefits Attorney in San Francisco, CA by Super Lawyers since 2009. He is the immediate past Chair of the Employee Benefits Committee of the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Section, and is a member of the ABA’s Joint Committee on Employee Benefits.
Trucker Huss and its attorneys and staff hope that all of our clients, friends and colleagues are healthy and staying safe. We are closely monitoring the latest news, government recommendations and announcements related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our firm is operating on a fully remote basis for the safety of our employees, but we are continuing to provide all of our services without delay or interruption.
You are able to contact us by telephone (including our main number), email, fax and mail if you need any assistance. Telephone and email remain the most immediate means of communication.
We are readily available to assist, including with any questions as to how the COVID-19 pandemic affects the operation of your employee benefit plans.