Creation and maintenance of the best possible benefits package goes far towards helping a company attract and retain the best employees – which in turn strengthens a company’s bottom line. 

Members of the Holland & Hart Employee Benefits group take a practical and cost-effective approach to advising clients on employee benefits plan creation and administration. Among our long-term clients in this area are a wide range of large private and publicly traded employers, governmental entities, small entrepreneurial businesses, and tax-exempt organizations.

Specifically, we help clients create and maintain a wide range of customized retirement plans, multiemployer plans, medical benefit plans, and other tax-related incentive plans. When problems arise, we defend our clients before the IRS, the EBSA, and the PBGC.

We help employers educate their ERISA fiduciaries, navigate benefits changes, draft benefits-related resolutions and legal documents, and proactively handle adversarial employment situations (especially in the situation of employee termination). In order to anticipate client needs, we closely monitor current trends, pending legislation, and existing regulations.

Employee Benefits Publications

Employee Benefits Speaking Engagements and Events

Best Lawyers® Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law 2018

Brenda Berg: Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Denver
Rebecca Hudson: Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Denver
Beth Nedrow: Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Billings

Best Lawyers® ERISA "Lawyer of the Year" 2017

Brenda Berg: Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Denver

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One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

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