Jeffrey B. Cohen

Partner, Bailey & Ehrenberg

Contact Information

Bailey & Ehrenberg
1015 18th Street, NW
Suite 204
Washington, DC 20036
Jeff Cohen represents a diverse range of clients, with an emphasis on ERISA litigation and employee benefits in bankruptcy. He also maintains an increasingly active docket as a dispute-resolution neutral. He has over 35 years of ERISA litigation experience involving a wide variety of issues arising under Titles I and IV of ERISA at all levels in the federal court system and in arbitration proceedings. He is also a nationally recognized expert on employee benefits issues in bankruptcy. From 2005 through 2007, Mr. Cohen was Chief Counsel of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, the federal agency that insures traditional, private pension plans. In that capacity, he directed the work of 50 attorneys and served as lead counsel for the agency in major bankruptcy proceedings and ERISA litigation. Before his appointment as Chief Counsel, he served for many years as Deputy General Counsel of PBGC.

Multiemployer Solvency – Joint Select Committee Report Multiemployer Solvency – Joint Select Committee Report Webinar (April 17, 2019)

Working With the PBGC on Your Client Issues 2018 CCA Annual Meeting (October 24, 2018)

Working With the PBGC: Understanding the Regulator and Strategies for Your Clients 2017 CCA Annual Meeting (October 25, 2017)


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