September 12, 2008
Counseling Clients on Compensation Matters
Whether your client is a company director establishing new executive compensation protocols, or ensuring the integrity of existing remuneration programs, understanding Internal Revenue Code Section 409A is key. Effectively attaining a thorough understanding of this IRS regulation just got a lot more efficient.
During a 3-hour CLE seminar titled “Counseling Clients on Compensation Matters” seminar on September 17, presenters will delve into an overview of IRC Section 409A; its effect upon employment and severance agreements; and its impact on supplemental executive retirement plans and other retirement arrangements.
Presenting this seminar are three experts in the area of compensation matters: Anthony C. Ciriaco, partner at Vorys Sater Seymour & Pease, specializes in ERISA and employee benefits; Alan D. Duffy, associate at Vorys, practices in the area of executive compensation and works closely with public, private, and tax-exempt employers; and Greg M. Daugherty, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, is experienced in assisting clients with corrections of their benefits plans and advising fiduciaries in how to protect themselves from liability regarding their benefits plan decisions.
Don’t let your clients miss out on all they are entitled to while staying in compliance with the increasingly complex legal requirements imposed by both federal and state law.
Register online, or call 614/221.4112 for event #LE080917. Member cost is $105 prepaid/$120 day-of, non-member cost is $150 prepaid/$165 day-of, and non-attorney cost is $75 prepaid/$90 day-of.