M. Rogan Morton

M. Rogan Morton - Attorney & Counselor at Law



M. Rogan Morton
Attorney & Counselor at Law
21 Rugby Road, Suite 300
Buffalo, NY 14216

716.432.2764

   

M. Rogan Morton
Attorney & Counselor at Law

Attorney Profile
Law School

University at Buffalo, SUNY
1994 - 1997

Website

http://www.roganmortonlaw.com

716.432.2764


 M. Rogan Morton, Esq. focuses her practice on areas impacting human resources, including employment, labor, employee benefits and executive compensation.

Employee Benefits & Compensation

M. Rogan Morton, Esq. has been representing clients in employee benefits (including health and welfare arrangements, qualified retirement plans, equity compensation arrangements and executive compensation) for over 12 years by combining practical experience with cutting edge knowledge technology.

Rogan provides high-quality and efficient service for both public and private sector employers of all sizes. Rogan has represented clients ranging in size from small private companies to publicly traded and Fortune 500 companies, including advice on matters such as:

-Day-to-day support for in-house benefits personnel regarding plan transactions, communications, claims, and contractual relationships with service providers.

-Advice on regulatory compliance concerns, such as the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA and other regulatory requirements as they apply to employee benefit arrangements and employers.

-Assistance with regulatory and operational compliance audits, correction of plan errors, and filings with the IRS and other governmental agencies regulating employee benefit plans.

-Assistance with plan drafting for all types of benefit arrangements as well as working with consultants, actuaries and other service providers for cost-effective results.

-Advice on reporting and disclosure requirements as well as testing and plan transaction requirements.

-Consulting regarding the implementation, operation, and design of employee benefit arrangements.

-Addressing employment and labor issues that may impact employee benefit arrangements as well as day-to-day employment and labor advice associated with human resource activities.

-Consulting to create a "plan of action" to address compliance and operational issues impacting various employee benefit arrangements.

-Advice on fiduciary responsibility and potential liability, withdrawal liability and minimum funding requirements, the application of the exclusive benefit rule and prohibited transactions and applications for exemptions as well as other government related filings and applications.

-Performing due diligence concerning benefit arrangements in mergers and acquisition situations.

-Consulting concerning transition planning for benefit arrangements due to corporate transactions and/or legal/regulatory changes.

-Representing entities before the United States Department of Labor, Health and Human Services and Internal Revenue Service.

Employment & Labor

Rogan also uses her creativity, passion and flexibility to counsel and defend public and private sector employers with regard to employment and labor concerns, including union and non-union environments, such as:

-Employment discrimination and wage and hour disputes.

-Wrongful discharge 
              
-Employment-related litigation and arbitration.

-Employment contract and collective bargaining.

-Preventative advice and counseling to resolve conflicts.

-Performing due diligence concerning employment & labor policies and procedures in mergers and acquisition situations.

-Consulting concerning transition planning for employment & labor policies and procedures due to corporate transactions and/or legal/regulatory changes.

-Draft and review employee policies and communications.

-Restrictive covenant advice, such as:
    -Non-compete
    -Non-solicitation
    -Trade secret

-Advice on leaves of absence and disability accommodation issues.

-Wage-and-hour compliance.

-Representation before the NLRB.

-Grievances and arbitration representation and advice.

-Occupational safety and health citation appeals.

-Affirmative action compliance.

-Consulting to create a "plan of action" to address compliance and audit issues impacting various employment policies and procedures.

-Proceedings before EEOC, state and local agencies.

-Litigation Defense.

 
   
                                                          Not Legal Advice

The Information Provided is General in Nature and Should Not Be Relied Upon As Legal Advice.  Legal Advice Cannot Be Given Without Consideration Of All Of The Relevant Facts Related To Particular Circumstances.

M. Rogan Morton, Esq.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Buffalo, New York
www.roganmortonlaw.com

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