Jonathan Rose is a partner in the ERISA Litigation Group in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. His practice is focused on the representation of plan sponsors and fiduciaries involved in ERISA and related employment litigation.
In addition, Mr. Rose advises plan sponsors and fiduciaries of qualified and non-qualified pension and welfare benefit plans on compliance with the wide range of fiduciary duties required in the administration and investment of plan assets, including the prudent selection and oversight of investment and other service providers, disclosure obligations and prohibited transaction issues.
Mr. Rose also advises plan sponsors and fiduciaries on issues involving plan design and maintenance of tax qualified status. He has extensive experience handling litigation in many areas of labor and employment law, including whistleblower claims against government contractors, federal and state discrimination claims and federal and state wage and hour claims.
Mr. Rose also regularly assists employers in the negotiation of employment and severance agreements, and also provides advice in negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Mr. Rose is a former chair of the American Bar Association’s Joint Committee on Employee Benefits and is a fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel.