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Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation - Massachusetts
"Amy is stellar at seeing an issue from multiple sides and discussing pros/cons and risks of various approaches on a topic.""She is very knowledgeable and always provides an answer and/or guidance in a timely manner."
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Amy E. Sheridan is a partner in the Tax Department of Sullivan & Worcester's Boston office. She concentrates her practice in the employee benefits and executive compensation area and is experienced in addressing documentation and compliance issues for welfare plans (including federal health care reform and HIPAA privacy and security requirements), qualified retirement plans and individual retirement accounts. She designs and reviews nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements, including for compliance with Internal Revenue Code Sections 409A and 457A. Ms. Sheridan is also experienced in analyzing ERISA prohibited transaction, fiduciary and reporting issues.
Women's Network Advisory Board, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce; Boston Compensation Advisory Board; Lecturer, Boston University School of Law, Graduate Tax Program; Boston Bar Association, ERISA Committee, Former Co-Chair; American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries - New England Benefits Council, Former Programming Chair; Wellesley College Alumnae Association of Boston, Former Co-President; Women's Leadership Program, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
LL.M., Taxation, Boston University School of Law, 2009; J.D., Harvard Law School, 2005; B.A., magna cum laude, Wellesley College, 1999