Maureen W. Marra primarily counsels large and small multiemployer benefit plans on a variety of employee benefits and tax law issues.
Her multiemployer plan practice includes advising multiemployer plans on drafting and amending plan documents, fiduciary responsibilities, and prohibited transactions and regularly represents multiemployer plans in delinquency litigation and withdrawal liability matters. In connection with advising plan fiduciaries on the investment of plan assets, Maureen frequently negotiates side letter agreements for private placements and provides counsel on potential tax consequences. She also has handled plan audits conducted by the Department of Labor.
Maureen has prior professional experience in government and policy that inform her dedicated ERISA practice and advocacy for protecting workers. She spent five years prior to joining the firm writing extensively about employee benefits law and the Affordable Care Act for a legal publisher. During law school, Maureen clerked with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Education and Labor Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives.
In addition to her ERISA practice, Maureen represents individuals in actions under the FLSA and is involved in the firm’s investigation of potential wage and hour class actions.
In her spare time, Maureen practices yoga and enjoys gardening and spending time with family, including their dog, rabbits, and chickens.
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