Lisa Mills is an experienced pension, benefits and executive compensation lawyer with Brown Mills Klinck Prezioso LLP (established in 2017). Lisa is based in Ottawa. She provides ongoing advice to numerous federally and provincially regulated pension plan sponsors and administrators regarding pension plan design, regulatory compliance and all other aspects of administering defined benefit, defined contribution, and hybrid pension plans. Lisa appears as counsel on pension and benefit matters including in class proceedings and in the arbitration context and advises private and public sector employers on the pension and benefits aspects of corporate transactions and insolvencies. Lisa has been counsel to numerous employers on the establishment of new plans and governance frameworks and in relation to pension de-risking initiatives and risk-shared pension plans. Lisa also provides advice on employment-related tax issues, including executive compensation programs. Lisa has completed the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants In-Depth Tax Course. She co-authored the Public Pensions title of the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest from 2012–2015 and designed and taught the Pensions and the Law course at Queen’s University from 2009–2013. Lisa was named "Lexpert Rising Stars" in 2009.