Scott Moeves focuses his practice on employee benefits and executive compensation law, including all aspects of ERISA. He routinely designs, drafts, and provides advice concerning all types of employee benefit plans, including health and welfare benefit programs and tax-qualified and non-tax-qualified deferred compensation and retirement plans (such as 403(b) plans and 401(k) plans).
Scott has considerable experience in all aspects of ERISA fiduciary compliance and in negotiations with the IRS and DOL on behalf of clients undergoing audits by and inquiries from these agencies. He routinely advises third-party administrators and plan sponsors regarding maintaining the tax-favored status of employee benefit plans, including preparing IRS and DOL voluntary correction program submissions. In addition, Scott advises third-party administrators and employers on the issues that arise in connection with the Affordable Care Act.
As an Adjunct Professor of law at the University of Baltimore Law School Graduate Tax Program, Scott taught students the tax and ERISA implications of health and welfare benefit plans and deferred compensation plans.