ERISA: EMPLOYMENT LAW ATTORNEYs IN ROCHESTER, NY
Are You a Victim of a Rights Violation Under ERISA?
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is a federal law enacted in 1974 that established the standards to govern private companies' pension plans and rules regarding the income tax ramifications relating to employee benefit plans. ERISA protects the legal rights and interests of employee benefit plan participants by requiring the full disclosure of information about the benefit plans to beneficiaries, setting forth the standards of conduct for the fiduciaries of benefit plans, and spelling out the available legal remedies and jurisdiction of the courts in such matters.
At The Glennon Law Firm, P.C., we have experienced attorneys focused on ERISA and employment law, and we are committed to serving clients with the utmost professionalism and competence. If you have any issues or concerns relating to severance packages, benefits disputes, stock option agreements, or non-compete agreements, we are here to help.
We are qualified to assist in any employment benefits concerns that you may have, including making claims for the following benefits:
- ERISA plans
- ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plans)
- Termination of retirement benefits
- Breach of fiduciary claims,
- Failure to convert insurance policies
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Contact The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. today for a consultation where you can discuss your situation with an eminently qualified and highly skilled employment law attorney in Rochester. With our guidance, you can rest assured that your rights will be fully protected, and you will receive the most comprehensive advice and advantageous outcome in your ERISA related claims.
Although we strive to resolve your situation without the time and expense associated with litigation, we will take your fight to administrative hearings or trial if need be, and represent your employee rights with zealous advocacy. The satisfaction of our clients and their rightful compensation is the focus of our practice.