Exciting News! We are proud to announce that our shareholder, Mark DeBofsky, has joined the Editorial Board of the Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin, published by LEXIS-NEXIS.


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Mark is a leading expert in employee benefits and ERISA law, with a long history of writing for prestigious publications such as Law360 and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. His exceptional knowledge and experience make him a valuable addition to the Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin Editorial Board.

The Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin is a leading publication in the field of labor and employment law, providing in-depth analysis and commentary on the latest developments and trends in the industry. We are confident that Mark’s contributions to the Editorial Board will be invaluable.

Join us in congratulating Mark on this exciting news!

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