|By PR Newswire||
|November 30, 2012 01:22 PM EST||
RADNOR, Pa., Nov. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SorinRand LLP today announced the appointment of Sarah K. Ivy as counsel in the firm's tax practice. Ivy brings nearly 15 years of experience counseling clients in all aspects of employee benefits and executive compensation. As a firm that endeavors to support clients with business strategies that reduce costs, increase efficiency and maximize value, SorinRand is not only strengthening its team of leading lawyers with the addition of Ivy, it also is broadening its offerings to better meet the needs of companies, financial institutions, investors, directors and executives.
Based in the firm's Radnor, PA office, Ivy brings an expertise in the highly complex rules and regulations under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. She creates, implements and terminates employee benefit plans for the firm's highly regarded base of emerging growth and middle-market clients, and performs due diligence with respect to employee benefits matters in merger and acquisition transactions. Ivy also is a leader in counseling clients regarding the myriad issues associated with, and the coming changes resulting from, health care reform. An integral part of SorinRand's tax practice, her practice areas include: corporate tax; partnership tax; limited liability companies; tax credit finance; S corporations; tax exempt organizations; and succession planning.
"Sarah's expertise in executive compensation and employee benefits, combined with her dedication to results-driven strategies that support today's emerging growth and middle-market enterprises, makes her a valuable addition to our firm. We are excited to welcome Sarah to the SorinRand team and look forward to supporting our growing client base with yet another attorney dedicated to the high-quality lawyering and service-driven approach for which our firm is known," commented George S. Nagle, managing partner of the Radnor office of SorinRand and Chair of its Tax Practice.
In addition to her day-to-day practice, Ivy is a frequent author and speaker on issues pertaining to employee benefits and executive compensation. She earned her juris doctor from Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University in 1998 and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Ivy completed her bachelor's degree at Frostburg State University, graduating cum laude in 1994.
"My desire to offer more cost-effective services to my existing client base is closely aligned with SorinRand's paradigm-shifting delivery and business model," commented Sarah K. Ivy of SorinRand. "I look forward to supporting the firm's clients with a unique knowledge and understanding of issues pertaining to employee benefits, executive compensation, equity incentive plans and more, while also adhering to SorinRand's commitment to high quality services and results-oriented strategies combined with accessible and responsive service at a compelling value proposition."
For more information about SorinRand LLP, please visit www.SorinRand.com.
ABOUT SORINRAND LLP
SorinRand LLP is an award-winning law firm with offices based in East Brunswick, New Jersey, Manhattan, and Radnor, Pennsylvania. Led by a team of leading lawyers, SorinRand commits to high-quality lawyering and responsive service offered at a highly competitive rate. The firm's paradigm-shifting model provides solutions and strategies for emerging growth and middle market sector technology and tech-enabled companies and the investors who support them. SorinRand works with clients from a wide spectrum of industries, including, but not limited to: technology; software; communications; marketing communications; alternative energy; nanotechnology; life science enterprise; technology-enabled industries; and finance.
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