Elizabeth Doyon

Elizabeth J. Doyon

(she/they)

Associate

Elizabeth J. Doyon

(she/they)

Associate

  • Overview

    Biography

    Elizabeth Doyon focuses her practice on client matters related to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), researching and analyzing the Internal Revenue Code, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to provide clients with practical guidance related to compliance issues. She is a member of the firm’s Labor, Employment, Benefits + Immigration Group.

    Elizabeth’s experience includes surveying industry trends and best practices related to the implementation of executive and employee compensation arrangements, qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, health and welfare benefits programs, non-compete and non-solicitation provisions, restrictive covenants, and tuition reimbursement. Elizabeth provides her clients practical advice concerning the implementation of various bonuses, severance, separation, termination, and change in control agreements within the context of comprehensive employee benefit and compensation programs.

    Elizabeth’s background also includes counseling public and private clients on executive compensation and employee benefits matters in the context of mergers and acquisitions, asset sales, initial public offerings, and other corporate transactions. She also has experience with drafting and reviewing retirement and health and welfare plan documents, including amendments, summary plan descriptions, summaries of material modifications, investment policy statements, and welfare plans, including Code § 125 and ERISA wrap plans.

    Prior to starting her legal practice, Elizabeth interned at the National Consumer Law Center in Boston. She also worked in the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office in Woburn, Massachusetts as a Victim Witness Advocate, assisting in the prosecution of domestic violence cases through victim contact and input as well as applications for protection orders. She counseled on safety planning and financial resources and arrangements for safe housing in shelters when appropriate.

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