Axley’s employee benefits attorneys provide advice to clients regarding the choice of employee benefit plans, such as:
  • Retirement plans
  • Employee welfare plans
  • Health insurance plans
  • Life insurance plans

Our employee benefits attorneys also advise on the operation of such plans. We also represent plans and employers in disputes with state or federal regulatory authorities or employees. This includes drafting or reviewing contracts with plan administrators, and assisting in internal audits of plans to identify areas of noncompliance and suggestions for improvement.

Employee Benefits Attorneys

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Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Federal Court Case - First Published Decision Addressing Validity of Multiple Administrator Contracts
Obtained summary judgment in favor of school district where federal court dismissed an administrator's due process liberty and property claims, along with related state claims for breach of contract, promissory estoppel and defamation, all of which related to the administrator's actions in seeking to obtain his early retirement benefits before he actually retired. The court also issued the first published decision addressing the validity of multiple administrator contracts under Wis. Stat. §118.24. See 2010 WL 2757336 (W.D. Wis.) and 2010 WL 2517564 (W.D. Wis.)
ESOP & Other Programs
Represented corporation in connection with employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) transaction and implementing deferred compensation program

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DOL Opinion Letter Signs Off on FMLA Leave for Certain School Meetings

In a recent opinion letter, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) established that parents attending certain school meetings for their...

To Avoid Liability, Make Only Prospective Pay, Benefits Changes

In Wisconsin, employment is presumed to be at-will. Accordingly, you have broad discretion to modify your employees’ terms of employment,...

Recent Settlement Suggests Shift Toward More Parental Leave Parity

A recent legal settlement over a parental leave dispute may encourage employers to move toward more gender-neutral parental leave policies....

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