Our own Richard Shea and Jack Lund recently contributed a post to the RetireSecure Blog maintained by the Pension Research Council of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.  The post discusses the competing rhetoric surrounding the impact of proposed financial transaction taxes on the American retirement system.

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Photo of Richard C. Shea Richard C. Shea

Richard Shea is chair of Covington’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice and is widely regarded as the nation’s leading authority on cash balance, pension equity, and other complex benefit plan designs.  His practice spans the full breadth of activities needed to help…

Richard Shea is chair of Covington’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice and is widely regarded as the nation’s leading authority on cash balance, pension equity, and other complex benefit plan designs.  His practice spans the full breadth of activities needed to help his clients resolve novel, sensitive, or intractable issues.  His approach focuses on developing important new legal insights and ideas, and then combining them into effective litigation, legislative, regulatory, and benefit design strategies for his clients.

Photo of Jack Lund Jack Lund

Jack Lund is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office where he is a member of the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice group. Mr. Lund advises clients on all aspects of employee benefits including tax-qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans…

Jack Lund is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office where he is a member of the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice group. Mr. Lund advises clients on all aspects of employee benefits including tax-qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, Individual Retirement Arrangements, global incentive plans, executive compensation, and corporate transactions. In so doing, Mr. Lund is particularly adept at leveraging his public policy experience to craft creative strategies for solving his clients’ most difficult regulatory and legislative problems.