Giving Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plans Their Due Diligence in M&As: Part I—409A Fitness
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Partner and Global Head of White & Case's Employment, Compensation & Benefits Practice, Henrik Patel, and Counsel Jeffrey Ii have contributed to an article titled "Giving Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plans Their Due Diligence in M&As: Part I—409A Fitness," published by Benefits Law Journal.
White & Case's Global Employment, Compensation & Benefits lawyers advise across the full spectrum of employment, compensation and benefits issues, including advisory and transactional, contentious and non-contentious.
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