Jennifer D. Hill focuses her practice on employee benefits and executive compensation matters. Jennifer routinely reviews qualified retirement plans, executive compensation and employment agreements and equity compensation to ensure conformity with Section 409A, ERISA and COBRA.
Jennifer also advises on the deductibility of fringe benefits and employer gifts under Section 132 and Section 274.
While in law school, Jennifer served as a law clerk at The Tax Foundation where she worked directly with the general counsel to draft and edit two amicus curiae briefs to the Supreme Court of the United States regarding the imposition of sales and use taxes on nonresident vendors.
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