Anne Elizabeth Moran

Washington, DC

Anne Moran advised clients on executive compensation issues and retirement, cafeteria, health, and other benefit plans as a partner in the Washington DC offices of Steptoe & Johnson LLP and Miller and Chevalier Chartered. She represented clients during Internal Revenue Service and Labor Department audits, as a Congressional lobbyist, and in the federal regulatory process. She also served as Tax Counsel to the Senate Finance Committee, responsible for the pension and insurance provisions in the 1984 and 1986 tax acts.

Retired in 2014 from the active practice of law, Anne continues to teach as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. She is a co-author of a guidebook/exercises on the non-financial aspects of retirement and is teaching courses on retirement planning for Fairfax County. She is also working on a revision to her BNA Tax Management Treatise on Reasonable Compensation.

Anne is on the board of the Committee for Helping Others (CHO), a local emergency relief organization. She has served on the ERISA Advisory Council for the US Department of Labor, and as the Chair of the Joint Committee on Employee Benefits for the American Bar Association and as Chair of the Employee Benefits Committee for the District of Columbia Bar Association. She has also served as Government Chair of the Board of the Tax Coalition and as Treasurer of the Washington Wellesley Club.
She writes and speaks frequently on employee benefits matters with over 40 publications in various journals, including Tax Management and The Employee Relations Law Journal.