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Executive Compensation, Third Edition

By Michael Melbinger
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Overview

Executive Compensation, Third Edition, enables you to design executive compensation packages that not only comply with the long list of laws governing this area but also pass muster with entities and interest groups as diverse as stock exchanges, shareholder organizations, and accountants.

Author Michael S. Melbinger has structured Executive Compensation to provide the current, basic framework needed to design, draft, and apply executive compensation programs. This is the essential reference for:

  • Executives
  • Board members
  • In-house and outside attorneys
  • Compensation consultants
  • Accountants
  • and other compensation and human resources professionals

This practical resource enables you to analyze the effects, advantages, disadvantages, and potential pitfalls of nearly all of the applicable legal, market, and other factors when designing, drafting, and administering executive compensation programs.

The Third Edition of Executive Compensation has been updated with extensive analysis of how certain developments continue to affect executive compensation, including:

  • The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017
  • The release of SEC rules on several sections of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
  • The evolution of different forms of compensation and best practices for companies’ compensation committees
  • The increase in litigation over executive and director compensation

Executive Compensation also examines numerous court decisions, including a surge in litigation over the fiduciary duty of boards of directors when setting their own compensation and a revival of lawsuits over “excessive executive compensation.”

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Pages 1456
Publish Date 11/16/2018
Publish Frequency Annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
ISBN 9781543805345
SKU 10028533-0002
Publish Frequency Annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
SKU 000000000010073200
Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Employment Agreements

Chapter 2: Change in Control Agreements

Chapter 3: Consulting Agreements

Chapter 4: Noncompetes and Other Restrictive Covenants

Chapter 5: Retention and Compensation of Outside Board Members

Chapter 6: Stock Incentive Plan Design and Issues

Chapter 7: Stock Options and Stock Appreciation Rights

Chapter 8: Restricted Stock, Performance Shares and RSUs

Chapter 9: Phantom Stock and Profits Interests

Chapter 10: Employee Stock Purchase Plans

Chapter 11: Company Loans to Executives

Chapter 12: Securities Law Compliance Issues Relating to Executive Compensation Plans

Chapter 13: Other Stock Option Plan Issues

Chapter 14: Severance and Retention Benefit Plans

Chapter 15: Nonequity-Based Incentive Compensation

Chapter 16: Qualified Retirement Plans

Chapter 17: Nonqualified Retirement and Deferred Compensation Plans

Chapter 18: Split-Dollar and Other Life Insurance Arrangements

Chapter 19: Health and Welfare Benefit Plans

Chapter 20: Executive Compensation Litigation

Chapter 21: Role of Stockholders and Board of Directors in Executive Compensation

Chapter 22: Deductibility of Executive Compensation

Chapter 23: Executive Compensation Issues for Multinational Employers

Chapter 24: Executive Compensation in Bankruptcy

Chapter 25: Executive Compensation in Mergers and Acquisitions

Chapter 26: Executive Compensation for Tax-Exempt Entities

Chapter 27: Executive Compensation in the Context of Divorce

Chapter 28: Representing the Board in Negotiating NEO Agreements

Chapter 29: Ethical Issues, Conflicts and Privilege in Executive Compensation

Chapter 30: Executive Compensation in Initial Public Offerings

Chapter 31: Executive Compensation Provisions of The Dodd-Frank Act

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