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Verrill Dana, LLP

Verrill Dana's Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group maintains a highly sophisticated practice covering all legal compliance and design matters relating to retirement plans, health and welfare benefit plans, deferred compensation and executive compensation plans, bonus and incentive programs, and other arrangements maintained by employers for their employees and executives.  We serve a wide range of employers in a variety of industries, as well as tax-exempt organizations, throughout New England and elsewhere. 

Verrill Dana, LLP is one of New England's preeminent regional law firms, providing a full range of legal services from offices in Portland and Augusta, ME; Boston, MA; Westport, CT; Providence, RI and Washington D.C.   


Welcome to the Verrill Dana Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group blog.  Members of the Group use this space to provide timely updates and commentary on developments in law affecting employee benefit plans and executive compensation arrangements.  We intend this blog to serve as a resource for clients, professionals and others who are interested in employee benefits and executive compensation. 

The attorneys in Verrill Dana's Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group have a wide range of experience in all aspects of law governing employee benefit plans and executive compensation and work with large and mid-sized employers in a wide variety of industries.  Visit Verrill Dana's Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group page for more information about the members of the Group and scope of our practice.  The blog is edited by Eric Altholz and Suzanne Meeker.  Eric and Suzanne are partners in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group, and both are resident in the firm's Portland office.  

Named a Top 10 Blog in Compensation and Benefits by HR Daily Advisor


Please note that the content presented in this blog is not intended to constitute legal advice and cannot be relied upon by any person as legal advice.  U.S. Treasury Regulations require us to notify you that any tax-related material in this blog (including links and attachments) is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties, and may not be referred to in any marketing or promotional materials.  While we welcome comments on our blog posts, the submission of a comment does not create an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and the person submitting the comment.  Accordingly, please do not include in any comment or question information about any matter that may involve you.