Three Durham Jones & Pinegar attorneys participated in an event at the University of Utah’s law school last week. The event was sponsored by the American College of Employee Benefits Council (ACEBC) and was aimed at educating law students about potential careers in employee benefits. L. Walden Lloyd, DJP shareholder, led the panel. Lloyd is a member of the ACEBC—an elite group of employee benefits practitioners who have practiced for at least 20 years and have made significant contributions to their fields. DJP shareholder John D. Walch and DJP associate Brooke N. Edwards also participated along with three other attorneys from Salt Lake City area firms.
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W. Waldon Lloyd is a shareholder at Durham Jones & Pinegar in the Business and Finance Section. His practice includes advising on ERISA compliance matters and helping plan trustees and fiduciaries in connection with plan transactions. Mr. Lloyd has more than 35-years’ experience assisting clients and is a frequent lecturer and presenter on employee benefit, pension and welfare benefit plan-related issues.
John D. Walch is a shareholder at Durham Jones & Pinegar in the Business and Finance Section. With more than 25-years’ experience, Mr. Walch works with employers to resolve issues relating to a broad range of qualified, non-qualified and welfare benefit plans, including health, cafeteria and flexible spending plans.
Brooke N. Edwards is an associate at Durham Jones & Pinegar, practicing in the firm’s Business & Finance section, with a special focus on ERISA matters. She works with employers and other plan sponsors to resolve issues related to both qualified and non-qualified benefit plans, including 401(k), pension, VEBAs, and ESOPs. She has experience drafting plan documents, representing plans in IRS audits, and advising clients on DOL compliance.