“In an era of making your own retirement happen by planning now, this book is an excellent resource for all attorneys.” —Wisconsin Lawyer Executive compensation has become one of the main targets of investors, and government regulators. Executive Compensation is an invaluable guide through the maze of rules, regulations and practices that governs this area. It is an essential resource for general counsel or attorneys representing companies, business executives, and human resource managers who are trying to identify and evaluate all of their options and make the best financial arrangements possible. Among the topics covered in Executive Compensation the latest tax and securities law requirements; deferred compensation, including severance arrangements and stock options; ERISA obligations; the role of compensation committees; NYSE and Nasdaq rules on compensation for outside directors; equitybased compensation payable in stock; other cash incentive compensation; deferred compensation funding mechanisms; change of control arrangements; taxation of, and nondiscrimination policies for, fringe benefits; disclosure by public companies; compensation for exempt organizations; foreign employees; using life insurance in executive compensation packages; SEC rules under Section 16(b); and much more. Book #00634; looseleaf, one volume, 1,086 pages; published in 1996, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 9781588520715.
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About the Author
Michael S. Sirkin is a member of the law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP and is located in New York where he is a co-chair of its Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group and former chair of its tax department. He has been Chair of the Employee Benefits Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and is a frequent lecturer and writer on benefits and compensation issues. A graduate of Rutgers University and Columbia Law School, Mr. Sirkin has served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law at New York University School of Law.