ScottHulse attorneys provide legal counsel to clients with respect to the many forms of qualified and non-qualified compensation arrangements.

We also represent taxpayers in contested tax matters, at the audit or examination and appeal stages within the Internal Revenue Service and before appropriate judicial forums.

Representative Matters
  • Qualified Retirement Plans
  • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders
  • Nonqualified Plans and Arrangements
  • Welfare Benefit Plans
  • Cafeteria Plans and other Flexible Benefit Programs
  • Various types of executive compensation
  • Labor law aspects of employee benefits, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, and Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • Employee leasing arrangements
  • Tax issues
  • Fiduciary issues
  • ERISA Compliance and litigation