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Compensation and Benefits Attorney
The candidate should preferably have 4-5 years’ experience with the following aspects of an executive compensation practice: equity plans for private and public companies, executive employment agreements, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, proxy statements, and executive compensation provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (83, 162(m), 280G and 409A). Should have excellent academic credentials and superior writing, oral communi...
Responsibilities: Supporting hiring managers, building rad teams and partnering with existing shop. Source and hire top talent nationwide. Manage hiring manager expectations, develop processes around interviewing and hire people. Spread through attending networking events, e-meetups, etc. Work closely with our team to improve upon existing programs and develop innovative strategy around finding top talent. Manage the existing pipeline of candidates and...
Employment Compensation & Benefits Attorney
The candidate will provide advice and counsel to the People team and other cross-functional stakeholders regarding benefits plans and compensation programs, including legal requirements for health benefits, wellness programs, perks, leave of absence, 401K, retirement, deferred compensation, and severance/executive severance, and the governance, interpretation and application of such plans, including appeals of benefits decisions....
Tax and Executive Comp Associate
The candidate must have 3-5 years' experience with federal and state income tax matters involving entities and high net worth individuals. Executive compensation experience a plus. Candidates should have an LL.M., tax concentration or equivalent course work.
ERISA and Executive Compensation Associates
The candidates should have 2+ years of experience. Must have experience with employee benefits and executive compensation arrangements.
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Estate Planning Associates, Executive Compensation and ERISA Associates
The candidate should have 6 years of experience with estate planning and handling probates and trust administration. Experience preparing estate tax returns and some background with estate and income tax planning is ideal. Top credentials are required.
Tax, Estate Planning Associates, Executive Compensation and ERISA Associates
The candidate must have 2-7 years of pqe. Experience in at least one of these areas is required: general corporate tax, controversy, estate planning, executive compensation, ERISA.
Executive Compensation Associate
The candidate must be mid-level associate with 4-6 years of experience. Must have experience in drafting and analyzing equity and non-equity incentive compensation arrangements, deferred compensation arrangements, employment agreements, and severance and change in control arrangements, preparing the compensation and benefits-related portions of securities filings required by the SEC, and identifying and solving executive compensation and be...
The candidate should have 4+ years of experience in ERISA and employee benefits counseling, focusing on issues related to retirement plans, health and welfare plans and executive compensation programs for both private and public businesses.