The current employment compensation environment is highly complex and changing. That’s why KMK’s employee benefits-focused attorneys take a proactive approach when counseling clients, and we always seek a deeper understanding of future trends and how they will potentially impact our clients’ businesses.

Employers make a tremendous investment each year in their employees. We believe that an employer’s ability to hire and retain qualified personnel is critical to their success. Our lawyers assist clients in designing and implementing cost-efficient and effective employee benefit and compensation programs, including:

  • 401(k) Plans
  • Cash balance and pension equity plans
  • Defined benefit pension plans
  • Profit sharing plans
  • Employee stock ownership plans (ESOP)
  • 403(b) plans
  • Puerto Rico qualified plans and trusts
  • Multiple employer plans
  • Multi-employer plans
  • SIMPLE plans
  • Keogh plans
  • Medical plans
  • Dental, vision, disability, and other welfare plans
  • Retiree welfare benefit plans
  • Life insurance and disability plans
  • Educational assistance programs
  • Employee assistance programs
  • Section 125 plans
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Health reimbursement arrangements (HRA)
  • Health savings accounts (HSA)
  • Fringe benefit programs
  • Bonus programs


News & Resources


  • Oops! They Did It Again: IRS Releases Updated EPCRS
  • Summer Weekend Extends PCORI Deadline | Better Late Than Never: New EEOC COVID-19 Guidance
  • IRS Clarifies COBRA Premium Subsidy Rules | You're Safe from Partial Plan Termination | Federal Tax Treatment of DCAP Relief | A Sign of the Times: IRS Releases Adjusted HSA, HDHP and Excepted Benefit HRA Rates
  • DOL Releases Retirement Plan Cybersecurity Best Practices | (Employer Stock) Should You Drop It Like It's Hot? | DOL Clarifies Mental Health Parity Compliance and the New Comparative Analyses Requirements
  • Breathing New Life into Wellness Rulemaking | The Latest from the DOL on Missing Participants
  • 12.29.2020
  • If You Like Your (Grandfathered) Plan, You Can Keep It - For Even Longer | SECURE Act Q&As on Safe Harbor Automatic Enrollment and Nonelective Plan Requirements | Final Rules on Rollovers of Qualified Plan Loan Offsets
  • It's Final: Pecuniary Considerations Must Steer Fiduciary Investment Decisions | Shedding Light on the New Health Plan Transparency Rule | Taking the Sting Out of COBRA
  • IRS Updates Health and Retirement Plan Benefit and Contribution Limits for 2021 | ESRP Penalties Increase for 2021 | More Relief for Furnishing 2020 ACA Information Returns
  • 04.30.2020
  • CARES Act Administrative Items for Consideration
  • CARES Act: Defined Contribution, Defined Benefit & Health Plan Impact
  • Good News for Retirement Savers | Changes to the SBC Template for 2021 | Securities Law v. ERISA Duties
  • New E-Disclosure Rules on the Horizon | Bit by the COBRA! Notice Defects Bring Painful Sting | Time's Up! Court Strictly Applies ERISA Claim Review Deadlines
  • Final Regulations Make 401(k) Hardships Easier | Your Rx Accumulator Program is Safe - For Now | Appeal PTCs Now, and Save Money Later
  • What Lies Ahead for Your Rx Accumulator Program? | It's Inevitable: No Exclusion for Uncashed Distribution Checks | DOL Paves the Way for Combined Small Business Retirement Plans
  • Expansion of Preventive Care Benefits | So, You've Been Appointed to the Retirement Plan Committee | Last Call — 2019 PCORI Fee Deadline Approaching
  • New Rules Expand Use of HRAs | IRS Announces Health Savings Account Contribution Limits for 2020 | U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Two ERISA Cases
  • Determination Letter Program Expanded | Self-Correction Program Also Expanded | Two Retirement Bills Under Consideration
  • IRS Will No Longer Prohibit Retiree Lump Sum Windows | ACA Latest Developments | Investment Advisor Gets Prison Time for Fraud


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