For over 20 years, Executive Compensation has delivered invaluable guidance on executive pay design and incentive programs to meet the expanding regulations imposed on public and privately-held companies and the increasing disclosure demands of investors and stakeholders. Whether a discussion of perennial topics or emerging areas, you’ll get the latest-breaking developments and trends you need to know before advising your clients in 2019.
Don’t miss this year’s guidance! Explore the biggest issues in executive and director compensation at this annual advanced program. Join our authoritative faculty of current and former key government, business, legal, and technical experts as they examine the most salient executive compensation issues.
The program is still under development, but anticipated topics include:
- Compensation practice and trends
- The latest on Sections 162(m) and 83(i)
- Structuring pay for pass-through entities
- Director compensation litigation and other Delaware compensation concerns
- The IPO process and the roles of compensation arrangements and emerging growth companies
- #MeToo, clawbacks, and the latest SEC disclosures and compensation committee reactions
- The 2019 proxy season
- Institutional shareholder services (ISS) and ESOPS
- Rule 701 and Form S-8
- Navigating the 21% excise tax on tax exempt entities under Section 4960
- Difficult disclosure questions
Who Should Attend
The course is designed for in-house and outside legal counsel, executive compensation advisors, human resource professionals, experienced practitioners seeking to keep current with the rapid changes in executive compensation, and practitioners with some experience seeking an understanding of the key concepts in executive compensation practice.
Bring a colleague and Save! Register for the in-person course at full price, and the second registrant for this course saves 40%. Group webcast rates are also available. Click on "Group Rates" to register at these savings. (Valid on new registrations only; discounts may not be combined.)
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