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Senior Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits Associate Attorney

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Company BCG Attorney Search Location Chicago, IL, United States

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Attorney

6-20 yrs required

Full-time

Legal

Sep 01, 2022

Oct 01, 2022

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Chicago office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a senior executive compensation and employee benefits associate attorney with 7+ years of experience in a law firm. The candidate will advise public and private companies in acquisitions, mergers, initial public offerings, and other similar transactions on issues related to executive compensation and employee benefits. Will research, interpret, and provide advice on a variety of tax and securities laws, ERISA, contract law, and aspects of employment law relating to executive compensation agreements, including restrictive covenants. Draft plans, programs, agreements, and ancillary documents related to executive compensation and employee benefits, including tax-qualified retirement plans (g., 401(k) plans and employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs)), non-qualified deferred compensation plans, equity incentive plans, executive employment agreements, change in control agreements, retention bonus agreements, as well as representations, warranties and covenants relating to the foregoing subject matter as may be necessary to include in merger and acquisition-related documents (e.g., merger agreements, stock purchase agreements, etc.). Research issues relating to and draft applicable securities disclosure documents relating to executive compensation and employee benefits, including relevant disclosures in annual proxy statements and Forms 10-K, Forms S-8, and Forms 8-K. Experience with applicable provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (e.g., Sections 162(m), 280G, 401(a), 409A, etc.) and related Treasury Regulations, securities disclosure rules (e.g., Regulation S-K, etc.), ERISA and related DOL Regulations, M&A aspects of executive compensation and employee benefits would be preferred. Experience advising senior executives, including C-suite executives, and boards of directors is required. Should have experience managing significant matters, including benefits and compensation matters arising in connection with acquisitions, mergers, initial public offerings, and other similar transactions. Experience interacting with governmental agencies, including the IRS, DOL, and PBGC is preferred. Must be in good standing with a State Bar.

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