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Game of Inches: An Idea to Increase Shareholder Value by Destroying ISO Status for Terminated Employees

USA - July 17 2019 The purpose of this post is to discuss whether incentive stock option (“ISO“) awards should be designed to destroy ISO treatment with respect to...

The IRS does an “About-Face” on Restricting a Key Pension Plan De-Risking Strategy

USA - March 12 2019 If you are looking for options to lower your annual PBGC premiums and reduce overall pension liability (including plan termination liability), a...

Kelly A. Ultis, Jessica N. Agostinho, L. Scott Austin, David Mustone.

Compensatory Action Items to Consider this Proxy Season

USA - January 18 2019 The purpose of this post is to highlight compensatory action items that publicly-traded issuers should consider this proxy season. Such considerations...

Should Contractually-Provided Severance Pay Decrease as Wealth Accumulation Increases?

Global - January 15 2019 Employment agreements between publicly-traded issuers and their executive officers often contain severance pay provisions that are heavily negotiated...

Upcoming Proxy Season: Compensatory Thoughts from ISS

USA - January 7 2019 As we head into a new proxy season, we would like to invite you to attend our annual FREE webinar entitled “Upcoming Proxy Season: Compensatory...