Tuesday, April 12, 2011
John Marshall's Ninth Annual Employee Benefits Symposium: The Changing Landscape of Executive Compensation Regulation and Reporting
Katie Kennedy (John Marshall) brings to our attention the Ninth Annual Employee Benefits Symposium: "The Changing Landscape of Executive Compensation Regulation and Reporting" (registration available online at this link).
The Symposium is scheduled on Friday, April 29, 2011 from 8:30 a.m.–1 p.m. in Room 503 at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Register by Friday, April 22, 2011. CLE Credits: 3.5 Hours. Alvin Lurie, Editor of the NYU Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation and the first appointee as assistant commissioner of the IRS, Employee Plans & Exempt Organizations, will serve as moderator.
Here is a list of the presenters:
Payback Time: Issues Abound in Taxation of Compensation Clawbacks
Rosina B. Barker, Partner, Executive Compensation and Benefits
Ivins, Phillips & Barker, Chartered
Does Banker Pay Need to Be Regulated?
Eric D. Chason, Associate Professor, William and Mary Law School
Director, William and Mary Tax Conference
"Say on Pay": An Opportunity in Disguise?
Marianne W. Culver
Partner, Ungaretti & Harris
Marshall T. Scott
Director, Executive Compensation, Towers Watson
Principles Based Governance of Executive Compensation
President, The Delves Group
ESOP Plans: A Method for Succession Planning and Selling Your Company
Brian D. Hector
Partner, Morgan Lewis
Adjunct Professor, The John Marshall Law School
Design and Drafting Considerations for Executive Compensation "Clawback" Policies Required by
Steven R. Lifson
Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Should be a great event!