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Bradley D. Grisham - Seattle, WA

2101 Fourth AvenueSuite 2170 Seattle, WA 98121

Updated: 03/12/2015

Seattle ERISA and Tax Code Compliance Lawyer

Overview

Brad has practiced ERISA and tax law since 1983. His practice is focused on advising taxable and tax-exempt plan sponsors on all aspects of qualified and non-qualified plan design, regulatory compliance and administration of retirement plans, health and welfare plans and fringe benefits...

Brad has practiced ERISA and tax law since 1983. His practice is focused on advising taxable and tax-exempt plan sponsors on all aspects of qualified and non-qualified plan design, regulatory compliance and administration of retirement plans, health and welfare plans and fringe benefits. In addition to drafting plans and required amendments, he has counseled clients and represented them before the IRS and DOL on issues ranging from initial tax-qualification, tax exemption, plan correction programs, unrelated business income, plan audits, fiduciary liability issues, prohibited transactions, ERISA preemption of state laws, participant disclosure and participant claims. Brad also counsels qualified plan sponsors and fiduciaries with respect to investment vehicles, including negotiating investment management agreements and side letters to limited partnership agreements, LLCs, and collective trusts.

About Bradley D. Grisham

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Of Counsel

Practice Areas

  • ERISA and Tax Code Compliance
  • Health Care

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Washington, 1983

Other Affiliations

  • Washington State Bar Association
  • International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

Education

  • University of Idaho College of Law, Moscow, Idaho, 1982
    J.D.
    Honors: Order of Barristers
  • Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1979
    B.A.
    Honors: cum laude

Office Information

Address

2101 Fourth AvenueSuite 2170 Seattle, WA 98121

Fax

  • (206) 398-1501

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