- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Defined Benefit & Cash Balance Plans
- Defined Contribution Plans/401(k) Plans
- Executive & Equity Compensation; Deferred/Non-Qualified Compensation Plans
- Fiduciary & DOL Matters
- Multiemployer Plans
- Tax-Exempt & Governmental Employers
- Transactional Matters
- Health & Welfare Plans
- Healthcare Technology, Privacy & Data Security
- Life Sciences
- Financial Services
Listed, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation (Nationally) in Chambers USA (2012)
Listed, Labor and Employment: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation in The U.S. Legal 500 (2012)
honors + affiliations
Former Chair, Philadelphia Bar Association, Pension Committee; American Bar Association, Health Law Section, Employee Benefits Interest Group
Member, American Bar Association, Tax Section, Employee Benefits Committee
Charter Fellow, American College of Employee Benefits Counsel
Fellow, American College of Tax Counsel
Named Philadelphia Employee Benefits "Lawyer of the Year" by The Best Lawyers in America (2010)
Listed, Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business (2005–2012)
Listed, The Best Lawyers in America (1991–2013)
Noted in The US Legal 500 for Tax/Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation (2010)
Listed, Who’s Who in America; Who’s Who in American Law
Listed, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers (2004–2013)
- New Jersey
Robert L. Abramowitz is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice. His practice involves counseling clients in all aspects of employee benefits law, including fiduciary law aspects of ERISA, qualified pension and profit-sharing plans, executive compensation, flexible compensation programs, welfare benefit plans, retiree health plans, ERISA concerns of investment advisers, and managed health care.
A frequent author and speaker, Mr. Abramowitz was a Lecturer in Law in Villanova University Law School's Graduate Tax Program from 1986 to 2001 and has had numerous articles published.
Mr. Abramowitz is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is not admitted in Delaware.
- Harvard Law School, 1974, J.D.
- Yale University, 1971, B.A.