Andrew Gregor is an associate at Foley & Lardner LLP, where he focuses on employee benefits, ERISA, executive compensation under Internal Revenue Code Section 409A and related issues pertaining to implementing and maintaining retirement and welfare plans. Gregor's employee benefits work covers a wide array including traditional ERISA defined benefit and 401(k) plans, non-ERISA cash balance plans, church-sponsored 403(b) plans, government 457(b) plans and employer provided medical insurance.
In addition to helping clients maintain their retirement and welfare plans, Gregor works with clients to help them attract and retain top quality employees by helping clients enhance their compensation packages through the use of such incentives as 401(k) plan matching contributions, employee stock option plans, nonqualified executive deferred compensation, flexible spending accounts and voluntary employee beneficiary associations (VEBAs).
Gregor is active in Foley & Lardner LLP's pro bono practice. He works with AARP's Tax-aide program to prepare income tax returns for elderly and low-income individuals. Through his work with AARP, Gregor has obtained advanced training in individual income tax issues and has provided thousands of dollars of federal Earned Income Tax Credit to individuals in San Diego county.
Gregor received his law degree from Harvard Law School in 2008, and his bachelor's from the University of California, Berkeley in 2005.