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Compensation

Presenting Compensation Estimates To A Jury

In all cases, presenting a damages estimate to a jury is an art that must be backed up by understandable science. The art is in the combination of effective questions by counsel (whether retaining or opposing) and a presentation by the expert that gets the jury’s attention. The presentation...

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Finance

Dodd-Frank’s Unintended Consequences: Lawsuits Seeking To Enjoin Say-On-Pay And Equity Plan Shareholder Votes

Section 951 of the Dodd-Frank Act requires public companies to hold an advisory shareholder vote on executive compensation at least once every three years, and most public companies are now holding annual votes. In imposing this periodic requirement, Congress made clear that shareholder say-on-...

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Compensation

Executive Compensation: Issues And Answers

Editor: Please describe your practice. Schachter: It’s a comprehensive employee benefits and executive compensation practice. I do both qualified and non-qualified executive compensation as well as broad-based employee benefit plans, equity compensation plans, a lot of executive...

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