Song Mondress PLLC Seattle, Washington Office Profile
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About this office:
Song Mondress PLLC is a Seattle, Washington law firm of highly skilled lawyers representing employee benefit plans, their sponsors and fiduciaries, and institutional service providers throughout the Pacific Northwest and nationwide.
Since the firm's entire practice is concentrated on employee benefits law, we offer comprehensive and experienced tax, fiduciary, ERISA compliance and litigation counseling. Our clients include some of the nation's major plan sponsors and benefit funds, reflecting a sophisticated law practice characterized by its depth, innovation and efficiency.
Our attorneys advise clients on the full spectrum of issues facing employee benefit plans, including retirement plans, health and welfare plans, plans in the multi-employer Taft-Hartley, corporate and governmental sectors, and executive compensation arrangements.
Our clients look to us for the highest level of expertise to deal with the extremely challenging issues facing plan sponsors and fiduciaries. Song Mondress takes a collaborative, team-based approach to providing legal services to clients. Since we don't have the overhead of a large law firm, we can also offer more competitive rates.
Employee Benefits, ERISA, Taxation, Pension and Profit Sharing, Health and Welfare Benefits, Executive Compensation, Single and Multi-Employer Plans, Public Sector Trusts, Litigation.
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