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Review: “Ann Brown has given me and my husband legal advice for many years. I am always very impressed with her knowledge and honesty, and she is very prompt when getting back to you. When I needed out-of-state counsel, she was ri...
Practice areas: Employee Benefits, Litigation, Employment & Labor, Personal Injury
Most of my practice is practicing in the public finance law area. I have worked in all capacities in tax-exempt financing deals including as issuer's counsel, bond counsel, underwriter's counsel and borrower's counsel. I have worked on deals of ...
Practice areas: Employee Benefits, Public Finance & Tax Exempt Finance, Business, Tax
Jennifer is an attorney with a focus in Multi-Employer benefit plans, business, and estate planning/probate law. Her practice includes representing board of trustees of collectively bargained Multi-Employer Taft-Hartley qualified retirement plans...
Practice areas: Employee Benefits, Business, Estate Planning
Joseph E. Day, Esq. (J.D.: Georgetown University Law Center, Bachelor’s Degree: University of Notre Dame) is a partner in the Cedar Rapids firm of Day Rettig Martin, P.C. where he concentrates his practice on labor law (public and private sectors)...
Practice areas: Employee Benefits, Employment & Labor, Business
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In addition to wages, many employees receive benefits such as health and dental insurance, pension plans, long term disability insurance, 401K plans, and paid and unpaid leave. Employee benefits lawyers will help you understand and negotiate benefits, whether as an employer or as an employee. Employee benefit attorneys can also help negotiate disputes between you and your employer if you have been denied a benefit you believe you are entitled to, or if you've been terminated unfairly.