Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A. understands that your business is made of more than bricks and mortar, and that your business relies on the hard work and devotion of your employees now, and into the future. That’s why the Winthrop & Weinstine Employee Benefits law practice group works closely with public and privately held companies to create timely and cost-effective solutions that our clients can literally live with for years.
The knowledgeable attorneys at Winthrop & Weinstine offer a wide spectrum of employee benefits advice regarding qualified retirement plans, contested matters and compliance resolution, welfare and fringe benefits, and nonqualified and executive compensation.
This results-oriented approach is just one of the reasons emerging and entrepreneurial businesses, trust companies, fiduciaries, lending institutions and key executives continue to rely on us for:
- Benefits advice regarding mergers, acquisitions or bankruptcies
- Executive deferred compensation and salary continuation planning
- Business succession, buy-sell and non-compete agreements
- Appreciation rights planning
- Profit sharing (401(k)), tax-sheltered annuity (403(b)) and Section 457 plans
- Money purchase pension plans
- Defined benefit plans
- IRAs and Roth IRAs
- DOL and IRS plan audits and compliance resolution
- Breach of fiduciary actions
- Preemption of state laws
- COBRA, dependent care, and medical and dental plans
- Flexible benefits (cafeteria) plans
- Group insurance and disability
- Employer fringe benefits
- Incentive, non-qualified and phantom stock options and plans
- Rabbi trusts
Our attorneys have a particular expertise in Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) and can assist you with implementing, operating and leveraging an ESOP. Winthrop & Weinstine attorneys also handle fiduciary matters and ESOP audits and litigation.
Our clients depend on us for the best benefit plans and forward-thinking advice possible. It’s what our clients expect. And what we offer, now and in the future. For more information, contact
the employee benefits law team today.