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Hot Issues in Executive Compensation 2008
Marc Trevino, Linda E. Rappaport
Corporate & Securities, Employee Benefits, Employment, Tax
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Hot Topics in Executive Compensation
Chapter 2. Reporting Equity Compensation in the Proxy Statement Tables
Chapter 3. Compensating and Protecting Executives
Chapter 4. Recent Developments in Section 409A: Coping with the New Deferred Compensation Rules
Chapter 5. Section 162(m) Performance Arrangements: IRS Considering Impact of Recent Ruling—Additional Guidance Expected
Chapter 6. Section 162(m) Performance Arrangements: IRS Delays Effect of Recent Change in Position on Involuntary Terminations and Retirements
Chapter 7. Executive Employment Agreements: Selected Issues and Developments
Chapter 8. Advisory Letter: Preferred Executive Severance and Change-in-Control Principles and Provisions
Chapter 9. Recoupment Policies in the Event of Fraud Or Misconduct
Chapter 10. Advisory Letter: Alternatives to “Pay for Failure”
Chapter 11. The 2007 Top 250 Long-Term Incentive Grant Practices for Executives
Chapter 12. Executive Compensation Disclosure in 2008: A Review of “Round Two” Under the Revised SEC Rules
Chapter 13. Notice of Annual Meeting of Shareholders and Proxy Statement for Riskmetrics Group, Inc.
Chapter 14. Last Call for 409A Analysis: Documentary Compliance Deadline Looms
Chapter 15. Section 409A: Recent Development and Selected Issues
Chapter 16. Recent Developments in Delaware Corporate Law Relevant to Executive Compensation
Chapter 17. Recent Developments in Financial Accounting Relating to Executive Compensation
Chapter 18. Compensating and Protecting the Executive
Chapter 19. Changing Complexion of State Corporate and Federal Securities Laws and Accounting Principles
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