Andrew Stumpff is a Shareholder based in Butzel Long’s Ann Arbor office, practicing in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation law. Mr. Stumpff advises many employers, as well as executives, as to executive compensation and employee benefit plan design and legal compliance matters. In employment-relations disputes and labor negotiations involving employee benefits issues, he confines his practice exclusively to representing labor organizations and employees
Andrew has also served as an Assistant Branch Chief in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel – Employee Benefits and Exempt Organizations Division, where he helped oversee national litigation. Andrew is a Fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel and has been named a key individual in Michigan employee benefits/compensation law by Chambers USA.
He is a former co-chair of the Employee Benefits Committee of the New York State Bar Association Tax Section. Andrew teaches Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation at the University of Michigan Law School and at the University of Alabama Law School LL.M in the Taxation program.
He has published widely in the benefits field, and is the author of two law school casebooks: "Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation," published in 2011, and "Executive Compensation," published in 2015; and coauthor of a third, Langbein, Pratt, Stabile & Stumpff, "Pension and Employee Benefit Law" forthcoming in 2015 (all published by Foundation Press), as well as treatises and numerous articles.
J.D., University of Michigan Law School
A.B., Mathematics, Washington University (1983) honors
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