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Ms. Haralampu has extensive experience advising businesses, non-profit entities and individuals in employee benefits, executive compensation, tax, the federal health care requirements and related areas of law. In particular, she designs executive compensation and employee benefit programs, and provides counsel on ERISA matters, equity-based compensation such as ESOPs and stock options, , and related areas of tax and employment law. Her work involves counsel in many contexts, including corporate mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations, and succession planning. She also counsels individuals on benefits issues related to estate planning and property settlements in divorce.
Ms. Haralampu represents employee benefits clients before the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Department of Labor, and has contributed to the continued professional education of Massachusetts lawyers in a number of capacities. Ms. Haralampu is the current Chair of the Tax Law Section of the Massachusetts Bar Association, she is past chair of the Boston Bar Association ERISA/Employee Benefits Committee, and has co-chaired the Tax Steering Committee of the Boston Bar Association. Ms. Haralampu has been a contributing member of the Committee on Government Submissions of the American Bar Association and, in that capacity, has assisted the ABA in recommending policy changes in the federal tax and health care law. Ms. Haralampu speaks and writes extensively on various ERISA, HIPAA, employee benefits and tax matters, both to professional and lay audiences.
Ms. Haralampu is the author of the chapter on ERISA in the MCLE treatise, Massachusetts Employment Law, has served on a number of panels, and has written widely over the years. For example, she is published in Bloomberg BNA, National Law Journal, Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech, Massachusetts Bar Association, and The Journal of Taxation and Investments. Ms. Haralampu sits on the Board of Directors for the New England Pension Assistance Project of the Gerontology Institute at University of Massachusetts Boston and is active in assisting that organization in its pro bono work. Ms. Haralampu has also served as a member of the Board of Visitors of the New England Conservatory where she was active in the Mentor program.
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