Before joining the firm, Heather worked for a large law firm for about 5 years specializing in Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and pension plan litigation, and she continues to specialize in these types of cases. She has appeared in numerous federal courts, litigating a wide variety of pension benefits and other claims under ERISA. She has broad experience in all aspects of ERISA matters and is working on complex ERISA and pension plan litigation and class actions.
Heather has also been extensively involved in outside community activities, including interviewing Holocaust survivors for the Shoah Visual History Foundation, serving as an intern for a homeless children’s program and Habitat for Humanity.
Admitted: Missouri (2001); Illinois (2002).
Author: Gustav Radbruch: An Extraordinary Philosopher, 2 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 489 (2000).
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