Rosina B. Barker is a partner in Ivins Phillips & Barker’s Executive Compensation and Benefits practice. She advises multinational clients on the ERISA, tax and securities law aspects of their employee benefit and executive compensation plans. Clients value Rosina as a trouble shooter and problem solver who brings technical precision and a practical, business oriented approach to clients' most intractable compensation issues.
Rosina is a Fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, a Member of the Bloomberg BNA Pension & Benefits Advisory Board, a Member of the Tax Law and Employee Benefits Advisory Board at The John Marshall Law School, and Vice Chair, Defined Benefit Plans Subcommittee, Tax Section, ABA. Rosina is ranked as a leading attorney in the field of employee benefits and executive compensation by Chambers & Partners, Best Lawyers in America, and The Legal 500, United States.
Before joining Ivins in 1991, Rosina served on the Tax Staff of the Ways and Means Committee, where she had primary staff responsibility for all pension and employee benefit legislation before the Committee — an experience bringing Washington know-how to her practice.
Staff, U.S. House Ways and Means Committee, 1983 - 1991
Best Lawyers in America
The Legal 500, USA
Fellow, American College of Employee Benefits Counsel
Member, Bloomberg BNA Pension & Benefits Advisory Board
Member, John Marshall School of Law Advisory Board
Editor in Chief Emerita, Benefits Law Journal
DC Bar, Taxation Section
Vice Chair, Defined Benefit Plans Subcommittee, Tax Section, American Bar Association
Georgetown University Law Center, 1990, J.D., magna cum laude
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1983, M.P.P.
Harvard University, 1979, A.B., cum laude