Our Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation attorneys assist our business clients with the design of benefits programs, regulatory compliance and dispute resolution. We also assist both purchasers and sellers of businesses with respect to benefits and compensation issues that arise in mergers, acquisitions and sales. Our attorneys develop retirement plans, such as 401(k), employee stock ownership and tax-deferred annuity plans. We also provide counsel for employers with respect to insured and self-insured welfare benefit arrangements, including cafeteria/flexible benefit plans, retiree benefits and health care provider arrangements.

Other areas addressed by this practice include:

  • Stock options
  • Stock appreciation and restricted stock plans
  • Incentive bonus plans
  • Severance pay programs
  • Non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements, such as supplemental retirement benefits and elective deferred compensation

This group represents both business clients and individual executives in the negotiation and drafting of employment and severance agreements. They provide services for such clients as:

  • Financial institutions
  • Health systems
  • Manufacturers
  • Wholesalers and retailers
  • Media companies
  • United States subsidiaries of foreign corporations
  • Government contractors
  • Educational institutions
  • Professional services providers
  • Insurance agencies and brokers
  • Governmental authorities and commissions

For more information, please contact any of the attorneys listed below.

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