practices in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation and provides counsel to clients on HIPAA privacy and security regulations and the HITECH Act as they apply to group health plans and other covered entities and business associates. His practice focuses especially on the design and administration of employee pension and welfare benefit plans. With significant experience in drafting both qualified and non-qualified retirement plans. Andrew assists with submitting plans to the Internal Revenue Service for the issuance of favorable determination letters and complying with ERISA reporting and other fiduciary requirements.
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