Ms. Gottesman specializes in advising clients regarding all types of employee benefits and executive compensation matters. She counsels employers in the establishment and administration of qualified and nonqualified retirement benefit plans and welfare benefit plans including issues of plan design, compliance with ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code and fiduciary responsibility. She advises publicly and privately held corporations in the design and administration of executive compensation arrangements and equity-based compensation plans. Ms. Gottesman’s practice also includes representing employers in employee benefits matters arising in connection with corporation mergers, acquisitions and dispositions.
|Sidley Austin, LLP, Chicago, IL and New York, NY
|1995 - 2002|
|Harvard Law School
J.D., cum laude,
Harvard Law School International Law Journal, Submissions Editor
|The College of William and Mary
B.A. History and French, with High Honors
|State of Illinois||1995|
|State of New York||2000|
SAGE Eldercare, Board of Directors, Summit, NJ
Summit Junior Fortnightly Club, President, Summit, NJ
“The Affordable Care Act (ACA): The Top 10 Things that should be on Every Employer’s Radar Screen”, Nukk-Freeman & Cerra, PC Hot Topics in Employment Law Round Table, November, 2014
“Healthcare Reform: What’s Next for Employers?”, Nukk-Freeman & Cerra, PC Webinar Presentation, June, 2014
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