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Hot Issues in Executive Compensation 2003
Max J. Schwartz, Scott P. Spector
Corporate & Securities, Employee Benefits, Employment, Tax
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. A Primer on Stock-Based Compensation and Selected Recent Developments
Chapter 2. Developments and Trends in Compensation in the Last Year--Best and Worst Practices
Chapter 3. Changing the Face of Director Compensation
Chapter 4. Developments in Delaware Law on Executive Compensation
Chapter 5. The Sarbanes-Oxley Overlay--A Post Mortem
Chapter 6. Deferred Compensation--Dead or Alive?
Chapter 7. Issues and Opportunities Under the New 280G Regulations
Chapter 8. Internal Revenue Code Section 162(M): IRS Private Letter Rulings and Chief Counsel Advice Memoranda
Chapter 9. Who is the Client? Legal Ethics in a Post Sarbanes-Oxley World--Or New Ways to be Blown Away by the Canons of Ethics
Chapter 10. Climbing the Ladder to Sarbanes-Oxley 307
Chapter 11. Financial Accounting Developments and Trends--And the Winner os?
Chapter 12. Proposed New York Stock Exchange Rule Requiring Shareholder Approval of All Equity-Compensation Plans
Chapter 13. Executive Compensation Litigation: Lessons to be Learned, Landmines to be Avoided
Chapter 14. Once Upon a Time There was an Option
Chapter 15. SEC Compensation Disclosure Rules--Powerpoint Slides
Chapter 16. Corporate Governance and Credit Risk--Powerpoint Slides
Chapter 17. Testimony of Damon A. Silvers Before the Senate Commerce Committee, May 30, 2003
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