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Amy M. Thompson


*Admitted only in SD

P 402-827-4272
F 402-391-7363


Amy M. Thompson is an Associate in the Omaha, Nebraska, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Ms. Thompson concentrates her practice in the areas of ERISA, pension and welfare benefit plans, and representing clients on employment, tax, and employee benefit litigation matters.

In law school, Ms. Thompson was the Symposium Editor of the South Dakota Law Review, served as Director of the Public Interest Law Network, and received the ABA/BNA and Academic Awards for Excellence in Labor and Employment Law. Her article on ERISA disclosure was published in the South Dakota Law Review and later nominated for a Burton award in writing.

Published Works

  • “Ask and You Shall Receive: ERISA’s Remedies for Non-Disclosure,” 56 S.D. L. REV. 524 (2011) [Author]


See AllBlog Posts by Amy M. Thompson

The FICA Tax Exemption for Non-Resident Aliens in the U.S. Under F, J, M, or Q Visas
August 2, 2017

A common issue for employers of non-resident aliens authorized to work in the U.S. Read More

TCB on the BIC: DOL Issues Guidance on Application of the Fiduciary Rule’s New Best Interest Contract Prohibited Transaction Exemption
November 12, 2016

On October 27, the DOL published guidance on the new prohibited transaction exemptions (“PTEs”) issued under the DOL’s rule redefining “fiduciary” in the context of providing investment advice (See “Guidance,” here). Read More

Final Rule Issued on ACA’s Non-Discrimination Provision for Federally Funded Programs
June 23, 2016

Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), in effect since 2010, prohibits discrimination in any federally funded health program on the basis of race, national origin, sex, age, or disability.  The Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”), through the Office of Civil Rights, has been enforcing the provision since it was enact Read More