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Dechert LLP
Three Bryant Park, 1095 Avenue of the Americas
NEW YORK, NY 10036-6797
United States
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Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation


Andrew L. Oringer is co-chair of Dechert’s ERISA and Executive Compensation group, and leads the firm’s national fiduciary practice in New York. He counsels clients on their employee benefit plans and programs, benefits-related tax matters and fiduciary issues arising in connection with the investment of employee benefit plan assets.


Emerging Issues Coordinator, Employee Benefits Committee of the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association; Advisory Board Member, BNA Bloomberg Pension & Benefits Reporter; Advisory Board Member, BNA Bloomberg Tax Management Compensation Planning Journal; Charter Member, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Advisory Board, Practical Law Company; Fellow, American College of Employee Benefits Counsel; Senior Fellow, Regulatory Compliance Organization; Super Lawyers Advisory Board, Thomson Reuters; Adjunct Professor, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University


Duke University, A.B., 1980, cum laude, with Distinction in Economics; Adelphi University, M.B.A., 1984; Hofstra University School of Law, J.D., 1984, with Distinction, Associate Editor of the Hofstra Law Review

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United States > Labor and employment > Employee benefits, executive compensation and retirement plans: design

The team at Dechert LLP is co-chaired by David Jones in Philadelphia and Andrew Oringer, the latter of whom advises on ERISA matters for clients including Credit Suisse Securities, Actua, Cerebus Capital Management and FMC. Oringer also leverages his fiduciary Title 1 expertise, acting as primary counsel to a client roster of investment banks and managers, mutual funds and trust companies regarding changes to the DOL’s fiduciary rule (and subsequent repeal). Having recently joined from Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, Steven Rabitz brings even more experience to the team’s ERISA practice and is instructed by clients from the investment management sector. Partners are based in New York unless otherwise stated.

United States > Labor and employment > Employee benefits, executive compensation and retirement plans: transactional

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The team at Dechert LLP was recently strengthened by the addition of fiduciary compliance and prohibited transaction expert Steven Rabitz, who joined the New York office from Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP. Rabitz and executive compensation expert Andrew Oringer acts for a number of global financial services firms in fund structuring mandates and related issues requiring compliance with ERISA fiduciary standards. Co-head David Jones sits in the Philadelphia office alongside Eric Rubin, and advises public and private corporations, private equity investors and hedge funds on 280A and 409A tax compliance issues in the context of M&A. Standout transactions include acting for Actua Corporation in its $549m aggregate subsidiary sale, and advising Differential Brands Group on the $1.4bn majority acquisition of Hong Kong-listed licensing business Global Brands Group Holding. New York-based Stephen W Skonieczny is another name to note. Additional clients include Court Square Capital Partners, Credit Suisse Securities, FMC Corporation and Cerberus Capital Management.