Taylor Bracewell joined Ogletree Deakins in 2014 as an associate in the employee benefits and executive compensation practice group. He focuses his practice on qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, ERISA compliance, executive compensation arrangements, health and welfare plans, and taxation.
Taylor has extensive experience advising clients regarding deferred compensation arrangements, particularly with respect to tax-exempt clients such as credit unions and private foundations. Further, Taylor provides counsel to tax-exempt clients regarding the tax implications of deferred compensation arrangements.
While in law school, Taylor served as a student advocate in the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, and as a student clerk for the Honorable Richard W. Story, of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, and for Justice P. Harris Hines, of the Supreme Court of Georgia. Taylor also drafted guidance on the Tax Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan and sections of the 2014 U.S. Master Bank Tax Guide as a Graduate Research Assistant for Professor Ronald W. Blasi, and instructed students in partnership taxation while serving as a Teaching Assistant for Professor Cassady V. Brewer.