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ProfileCompensation 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 communication and analytical skills.
Former Employee - Reviewed on October 26, 2017
Try and hire more individuals to allow your employees to take more time off and not get as stressed with how much has to be done.Pros : Working at this firm was a great step up for me and I learned a lot while being there. Everyone is friendly and hard workers.