- J.D.Georgetown University Law Centercum laude2014
- B.A.College of William and Marymagna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa2011
Nicholas Wamsley is an Associate that focuses on the area of employee benefits and executive compensation. Mr. Wamsley is involved in drafting plan documents, summary plan descriptions, and other participant communications; preparing Internal Revenue Service (IRS) determination letter and PBGC filings; and advising clients on defined benefit and 401(k) plan terminations and correction matters under the IRS's Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS). Mr. Wamsley is a frequent author of the firm's Tax Withholding & Reporting Blog, a resource for in-house counsel, tax, accounts payable and payroll professionals seeking information on tax withholding and reporting developments.
Mr. Wamsley was a summer associate with Miller & Chevalier in 2013. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wamsley served as a judicial intern to Chief Judge Richard D. Taylor, Jr., Circuit Court for the City of Richmond.
At Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Wamsley served as an Annual Survey Editor on the American Criminal Law Review.
District of Columbia
Miller & Chevalier is pleased to announce that the firm was one of only five law firms in Washington, DC, to increase its commitment level to the D.C. Bar's Raising the Bar campaign.
Washington, DC, May 12, 2017 – Miller & Chevalier is pleased to announce that the firm was named the 2017 Pro Bono Firm of the Year by the D.C. Bar.
Nicholas Wamsley will present at the DC Bar's New Tax Practitioners Tax Series program on Wednesday, February 15. His presentation is titled "Back-to-Basics: Introduction to Employee Benefits."
Cybersecurity is a key topic of growing concern for benefit plans, as evidenced by increased attention from the ERISA Advisory Council.
Washington DC, June 14, 2016 -- Miller & Chevalier Chartered today announced the launch of its new Tax Withholding & Reporting
Following a period of relative silence from the trio of federal appellate courts tasked with ruling on challenges to the Department of Labor's (DOL's) new fiduciary definition and final conflict of
Code section 162 of the Internal Revenue Code allows companies a deduction of all ordinary and necessary expenses paid or incurred during the taxable year in carrying on any trade or business. Thi
In the wake of changes made by the tax reform law (commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) to an employer’s withholding obligations, the IRS is working to update its forms and procedures