Meyer, Unkovic & Scott has added two new partners to the firm. Jo-Anne M. Mineweaser, previously with Tucker Arensberg, joins the firm’s Employee Benefits practice, and Marcy E. Hamilton, previously with Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney, joins the firm’s Real Estate & Lending practice.
“We’re pleased to welcome Jo-Anne and Marcy. Both have enjoyed years of success in their respective practice areas, which will benefit our clients and our firm,” said Chris Smith, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott Managing Partner.
Mineweaser’s employee benefits experience includes drafting and designing qualified retirement plans, such as traditional defined benefit pension plans, defined contribution plans, including 401(k) plans and employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs); retirement plans for non-profit and governmental entities, such as 403(b) plans and 457(b) plans; nonqualified deferred compensation plans and other arrangements subject to Code Section 409A, including executive compensation programs; and equity-based compensation plans, such as stock option plans and phantom stock plans, health and welfare plans, and fringe benefit plans. A substantial portion of her practice involves representation of multiemployer plans.
Mineweaser earned her J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.S. from Pennsylvania State University.
Hamilton‘s practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions with an emphasis on office, retail and industrial leasing, acquisitions and dispositions. Prior to attending law school Hamilton worked in the real estate industry, with experience that included appraising and mortgage lending. She has also held a real estate sales license in West Virginia as well as a provisional real estate appraisal license in Maryland.
Hamilton earned her J.D. from West Virginia University and a B.S. from Virginia Tech.