Employee Benefits and Compensation Law Basics for the Non-ERISA Attorney

New York, NY

42 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Michelle Capezza, Member of the Firm, co-presents "Employee Benefits and Compensation Law Basics for the Non-ERISA Attorney," a panel discussion hosted by the New York City Bar's Committee on Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation.

This program provides an overview of some basic concepts of ERISA as well as employee benefits and executive compensation law. The program is intended to be useful for lawyers who do not practice in these areas and who want to be able to spot issues and navigate important compliance considerations.

Topics include:

  • fiduciary considerations associated with defined contribution plans, including recent litigation trends
  • the effect of Code rules ("409A") on deferred compensation in employment agreements and severance and retention arrangements
  • identifying compensation disclosure and pay governance issues
  • employee benefit issues and liabilities in corporate transactions

For more information, visit NYCBar.org.