Caryn McNeill, a partner with Smith Anderson, was recently quoted in an article on domestic partner benefits in the Triangle Business Journal. She spoke specifically about the tax implications for employees who use this benefit. Read the entire article.
McNeill practices in the area of employee benefits and compensation. She regularly counsels employers with respect to the federal and state regulatory requirements applicable to retirement, welfare and equity compensation plans. A graduate of Davidson College, she earned her law degree at Duke University.