By Brendan O'Brien
Feb 26 (Reuters) - Jackson Lewis said it has added former
Proskauer Rose attorney Charles Seemann to its Employee
Retirement Income Security Act practice.
Seemann was hired as a partner and will be based in the
firm's New Orleans office, Jackson Lewis said.
Seemann has experience defending plan sponsors, fiduciaries,
financial institutions and trustees in a wide range of ERISA
He said he looks forward to leveraging Jackson Lewis's wide
network of attorneys and offices throughout the United States.
"There's an enormous amount of resources ... we can project
into almost any jurisdiction where a client may have a problem,"
he said in an interview.
Seemann also has dealt with various employment law issues
such as stock option disputes and executive compensation
litigation and wage and hour matters.
His client list consists of employers in the retail,
financial and energy sectors, he said.
Seemann earned his bachelor degree from Emory University in
1992 and a law degree from Louisiana State University in 1995.
Jackson Lewis has 750 attorneys practicing in 52 U.S.
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