Attorney Kristi Hill Joins ERISA Benefits Law

ERISA Benefits Law, PLLC is pleased to welcome ERISA attorney Kristi L. Hill as a Partner to the firm. Prior to joining ERISA Benefits Law Kristi was Vice-Chair of the ERISA/Employee Benefits practice group at Fennemore, an Am Law 200 firm.

Kristi L. Hill
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(602) 613-0786 (Direct)
(602) 282-0313 (Phoenix Office)

At ERISA Benefits Law, Kristi will continue to focus her practice on counseling employers with the administration of their benefit plans, as well as helping trustees and administrators comply with important federal laws related to employee benefits, including the Tax Code, ERISA, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), COBRA, and HIPAA.

Kristi is experienced in all aspects of qualified retirement plan compliance (401(k), profit sharing, 403(b), ESOP, defined benefit, and governmental plans), including document drafting and review, plan design, administration, compliance resolution/corrections, and prohibited transaction analysis. She regularly advise employers on health and welfare plan compliance matters, including cafeteria, flexible spending and health savings account plans, the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA, and COBRA. Kristi is also well-versed in nonqualified deferred compensation (409A, 457(b) and 457(f)), equity compensation matters (ESPPs, ISOs, NQSOs, RSUs), defending IRS and DOL audits, and analyzing controlled group/affiliated service group issues.
Kristi also has significant experience guiding clients through plan mergers, terminations, and spin-offs.

With Kristi’s addition to the firm, ERISA Benefits Law ensures we have further depth and breadth of expertise to meet our clients’ needs. We will continue to employ a team approach to each client and each matter, allowing us to apply the necessary expertise to solve your ERISA and employee benefits-related legal issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Learn More – Kristi’s Full Bio

Author: Erwin Kratz

Erwin Kratz practices exclusively in the areas of ERISA and employee benefits law, focusing on tax and regulatory matters relating to qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation and welfare benefits.