Legal media company Lawdragon has selected the leaders of White & Case's New York Employment, Compensation and Benefits team, namely partners Tal Marnin, Henrik Patel and Victoria Rosamond, for inclusion in its 2020 directory of the 500 Leading US Corporate Employment Lawyers in America.
The directory "is our 13th guide to the nation's top talent representing Corporate America defending wage and hour, discrimination and a host of other claims; advising on key matters from immigration to executive compensation and employee benefits; and handling union and other labor-management relation matters," according to Lawdragon. Lawyers were selected for inclusion based on journalistic research, submissions by firms and clients and vetting by peers.
The lawyers included "reflect the dominance of a handful of law firms who either specialize in employment or offer profoundly strong employment practices as part of a large global platform," Lawdragon reports.
Henrik Patel is Global Head of White & Case's Employment, Compensation and Benefits practice. He advises clients on the full spectrum of executive compensation and employee benefits issues, and his significant experience and knowledge in this area has made him a valued resource for a range of US and international clients, including public and private companies, boards of directors, individual executives and management teams.
Tal Marnin advises clients on all manner of employment, executive compensation and employee benefits issues, often leveraging his significant experience as an employment litigator. As part of White & Case’s Global Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity practices, he brings strategic insight to the ECB aspects of a range of large-scale M&A deals and complex employment issues relating to C-Suite level executives and other key employees.
Victoria Rosamond specializes in executive compensation and employee benefits. Her experience includes the drafting and design of compensation and benefit arrangements for US and multinational public and private companies including incentive and deferred compensation, bonus, stock option, profits interests, restricted stock and other equity and non-equity-based arrangements, including advising on benefits-related tax and securities laws.