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Law Firm NameLocation
Bennett Law Firm, P.A., The Portland Maine
Bennett Law Firm, P.A., The Concord New Hampshire
Brody Wilkinson PC Southport Connecticut
Brothers Smith LLP Walnut Creek California
Christian & Small LLP Daphne Alabama
Christian & Small LLP Birmingham Alabama
Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP Binghamton New York
Demorest Law Firm, PLLC Royal Oak Michigan
Demorest Law Firm, PLLC Detroit Michigan
Downs.Stanford, P.C. Dallas Texas
Elias, Meginnes & Seghetti, P.C. Peoria Illinois
Ferris & Britton, A Professional Corporation San Diego California
Glatzová & Co. Prague Czech Republic
Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. Milwaukee Wisconsin
Legal Steer Law Firm, Ashraf Nessim & Partners Cairo Egypt
Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, P.C. Spearfish South Dakota
Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, P.C. Rapid City South Dakota
Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, P.C. Sioux Falls South Dakota
Mandelbaum Salsburg P.C. Roseland New Jersey
Neil, Dymott, Frank, McCabe & Hudson APLC San Diego California
Ogden & Sullivan, P.A. Tampa Florida
Rosen Hagood Charleston South Carolina
Rothman Gordon Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
Rudolph Friedmann LLP Boston Massachusetts
Smiling, Smiling & Burgess Tulsa Oklahoma
Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers, LLP Raleigh North Carolina
Strauss Troy Cincinnati Ohio
Strauss Troy Covington Kentucky
Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC Harrisonburg West Virginia
Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC Harrisonburg Virginia
Wilke Fleury LLP Sacramento California

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Employee Benefits Law

Employee benefits, also called fringe benefits, is an umbrella term that encompasses a number of facets related to employment, including insurance programs, fully compensated absences, stock ownership plans, pensions, and employer-provided services provided by an employer to their employees.

These also include bonuses, profit sharing, and the provision of a leased vehicle or housing. All “fringes” are by definition offered at the employer’s option.

Certain categories of employee benefits may require that the employee pay a part of the cost of the benefit in order to receive the employer’s contribution. For this reason, employees who have access to benefits outnumber employees who actually participate in the benefits offered.