Victoria Anderson is special counsel in the firm's New York office. She focuses her practice on employee benefits and executive compensation.
Victoria has experience with the legal compliance issues that both large and small companies face with respect to their retirement and medical plans. Prior to joining the firm, Victoria worked in fundraising and endowment development for several major non-profits.
Represents Fortune 500 companies on benefits issues related to corporate acquisitions.
Experience in the area of non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements for both for-profit and not-for-profit companies, as well as the use of rabbi trusts and non-qualified annuities.
Advises clients of all sizes on compliance with HIPAA's Privacy and Security rules.
Regularly advises several Fortune 500 companies on benefits and compensation issues.
Experienced in retirement and welfare plan issues unique to religious organizations.
Provides ongoing benefits counsel to several of the largest not-for-profit health providers in the New York metropolitan area.
Regularly counsels clients on compliance with reporting and filing requirements under ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code and the securities laws.
Regularly counsels clients on withdrawal liability from multiemployer plans.
Developed a 403(b) retirement savings plan for a California-based non-profit benefiting families of injured military service members.
Selected to New York Metro Super Lawyers–Rising Stars, 2014-2016.