Businesses depend on attorney Lucas Peterhans to address their employee benefits and employment law needs.

With hard work and creativity, Lucas advises employers of all sizes from various industries on executive compensation and employee benefits-related issues, including ERISA, Internal Revenue Code, benefit plan design, and related governance and operations matters, as well as compensation arrangements. He also assists employers with a broad array of labor and employment matters, including claims under employment discrimination laws.

As a law student, Lucas worked as a judicial intern for Justice Ann Walsh Bradley of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Before law school, he worked as a research assistant in global qualitative and quantitative studies, both of products in development and health care system governance.

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  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2021)
    • Staff Editor, Washington University Law Review
  • University of Miami (B.A., 2017)

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