Employee Benefits and Compensation

In today’s fast-paced, competitive business environment, human resources serves a crucial role in balancing a business’ and its employees’ needs while staying informed and compliant with the ever-changing landscape of federal and state laws. The employee benefits team at Culhane Meadows understands the importance of this role and our attorneys have been assisting our clients in navigating these unpredictable waters for many years.

We listen to our clients and their needs and provide practical advice on everything from single, discrete questions to significant projects like the complete restructuring of a client’s retirement or executive compensation programs. We look both inside and outside the box to help clients craft custom-tailored solutions that satisfy their needs and provide day-to-day advice on how to implement them. We possess experience in a vast scope of employee benefits law, including:

  • Retirement plans
  • Health and welfare plans
  • Fiduciary issues
  • Nonqualified deferred compensation and executive compensation
  • Corporate transactions
  • Multiemployer plans


Our attorneys have advised clients — including significant, publicly traded companies; large, privately held corporations; major health care institutions and many other employers in a wide variety of industries — and helped to translate the technical aspects of employee benefits law into practical advice. The following descriptions briefly illustrate the depth of our knowledge and skill in these areas.


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