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Executive Compensation Deductions Under Section 162(m): What Has Changed and What to Do Under the Proposed Regulations

American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education Group [ALI CLE]

Mar. 13, 2020
Recorded Online
Webcast

At the close of 2019, the Treasury Department proposed regulations covering the $1 million deduction limit for public company executive pay under Section 162(m) of the IRS Code. The proposed regulations provide guidance on the significant expansion to Code Section 162(m) under the 2017 Tax Reform Act. The proposed regulations indeed confirm the expanded scope of Section 162 (m) but still leave practitioners scrambling to prepare clients for the practical impact of this expansion and leave many questions unresolved. Don't miss this program discussing the proposed regulations and their actual practice impacts. After this deep-dive discussion, you’ll be empowered to help your clients take a proactive compliance approach for these new rules.

This webcast will discuss the recently issued proposed regulations under section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code which when final will implement the much more expansive $1 million limit on deductions for annual compensation paid to certain public company executives. Particular attention will be given to the practical application of the proposed rules and the potential pitfalls and traps for the unwary, including:

  • The significantly expanded population of employers subject to the rules
  • The significantly expanded population of executives covered by the deduction limitation
  • The elimination of the performance based exception to the rule and how employers are adapting
  • Clarification of grandfathering rules
  • Implications for merger and acquisition transactions

This program was originally presented on February 13, 2020. Faculty questions will be answered by email within two business days.

Faculty:

  • Daniel Hogans, Principle, Groom Law Group
  • Regina Olshan, Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

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