The Wagner Law Group
MARCIA S. WAGNERis a specialist in pension and employee benefits law, and is the principal of The Wagner Law Group, A Professional Corporation, in Boston, Massachusetts, which she founded approximately 15 years ago. A summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Cornell University and a graduate of Harvard Law School, she has practiced in Boston for over twenty-four years. Ms. Wagner is recognized as an expert in a variety of employee benefits issues and executive compensation matters, including qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, “rabbi” trusts, all forms of deferred compensation, and welfare benefit arrangements. Ms. Wagner was appointed to the IRS TE/GE Advisory Committee, and ended her three-year term as the Chair of its Employee Plans subcommittee. Ms. Wagner has also been inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel. Ms. Wagner is a frequent lecturer and author in the ERISA/employee benefits area and has authored a Bureau of National Affairs Tax Management Portfolio, entitled “Plan Disqualification and ERISA Litigation”, for which she has received the BNA 1994 Distinguished Author Commendation, and has also authored, among other books and articles, the following: BNA Tax Management Portfolio: “ERISA Litigation, Procedure, Preemption and Other Title I Issues”, and BNA Tax Management Portfolio: “EPCRS – Plan Correction and Disqualification”. Ms. Wagner has been listed as a “Massachusetts Super Lawyer” by Boston Magazine, Who’s Who Among Executive and Professional Women – Honors Edition by both Empire Who’s Who and Manchester’s Who’s Who, and has been selected to be listed in The Best Lawyers in America for 2003 through 2010, and has an AV peer review rating, as very high to preeminent legal ability and integrity, by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell. Ms. Wagner also appears on the following top lists: MA Super Lawyers – Boston Magazine – top 100 overall lawyers and top 50 female lawyers; and New England Super Lawyers – top 100 overall lawyers and top 50 female lawyers. For the past three years, 401k Wire has listed Ms. Wagner as one of its 100 Most Influential Persons in the 401(k) industry.