Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
Solving critical benefits & compensation issues
Clients receive experienced counsel from 50 benefits lawyers on complex benefits and executive compensation issues in matters ranging from sophisticated M&A, private equity, and restructuring to ERISA litigation, plan counseling, and investment.
- Devising innovative ways to address clients' compensation and benefits concerns, to preserve client flexibility and minimize risks.
- Using our multidisciplinary team approach, our lawyers collaborate with each other, and with lawyers from related practices such as Labor & Employment and Capital Markets.
- Guiding clients through large corporate transactions where benefits and executive compensation issues create significant challenges, either in conjunction with our M&A team, or as special counsel to external M&A teams.
- Counseling clients on high stakes matters, such as withdrawal liability from multiemployer pension plans, breach of fiduciary duty, and executive compensation cases.
Jones Day's Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation group 'finds creative solutions to difficult problems.'Chambers USA 2018
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