Eric Mosier has more than 20 years of experience advising public and private companies on all aspects of the design and operation of their executive compensation and employee benefit programs. He regularly advises clients regarding the employee benefits aspects of corporate acquisitions, dispositions, and mergers. In particular, Eric has extensive experience advising private equity funds with leveraged buyout transactions and assisting the funds with the implementation of equity incentive arrangements and employee benefit plans and programs following the closing of those transactions. Eric also assists clients with drafting and negotiating employment, severance, and change of control agreements. He co-chairs the Firm's Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practice.
Eric has worked on hundreds of completed transactions. Some of the recent transactions on which he has advised clients include ABM Industries' $1.25 billion acquisition of GCA Services Group; TDK Corporation's $1.3 billion acquisition of InvenSense; the $2.1 billion acquisition of PetroLogistics, LP by Flint Hills Resources, LLC, a subsidiary of Koch Industries; the $1.5 billion sale of RTI International Metals to Alcoa; and The Riverside Company's sale of a non-voting minority stake to Parkwood LLC.
Throughout his career, Eric has engaged in various pro bono activities. Most recently, he has done pro bono work for the Grant Park Orchestral Association, the Public Interest Law Initiative, and a national Vietnam veterans' organization.
- September 24-25, 2019
Compensation Design Trends -- Public and Private Companies, Jones Day's 2015 Critical Updates in Executive Compensation and Benefits Symposium
- Cornell University (J.D. with concentration in Business Law 1997); Harvard University (A.B. 1994)
- New York
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