Claude Cazzulino is an author and expert on subjects such as domestic relations law, fund and trustee compliance as well as employee benefits law.
Claude Cazzulino, a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law, represents private and public sector Trust Funds. He has prepared plans, summary plan descriptions, and trust agreements for a number of Pension, Apprenticeship, Legal Aid, Housing, Scholarship and Health and Welfare plans and has represented plans and trustees before the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service. He has also been active in ERISA litigation in state and federal courts, counseling funds and trustees regarding their fiduciary obligations and other statutory compliance issues, and transactional work involving funds’ contracts with banks, consultants, investment managers, insurance companies, preferred provider contracts, and other administrative services agreements. An expert on the interplay between ERISA and domestic relations laws, Mr. Cazzulino has authored an article on this subject and has served as a Contributing author to the American Bar Association’s treatise on Employee Benefits Law. He is a member of the Employee Benefits Committee of the American Bar Association.