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Recent Changes in Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, 2016 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Understanding ERISA Changes, Navigating Disclosure Guidelines, and Designing Compliance Strategies (Inside the Minds)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Aspatore
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314294760
Service #: 40997830
Sub #: 40999941
Pages: 100
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Additional volumes or binders

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Recent Changes in Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, 2016 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Understanding ERISA Changes, Navigating Disclosure Guidelines, and Designing Compliance Strategies (Inside the Minds)

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In the last few years, employee benefits and executive compensation have rapidly begun to change. Healthcare laws such as the Affordable Care Act have reshaped employers' responsibility to provide health insurance, while legislation such as the Dodd-Frank Act creates more regulation around executive compensation. Companies and attorneys alike must be alert and informed to keep up with the trends. Recent Changes in Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation is a valuable resource for understanding the latest developments. In this book, experienced lawyers discuss issues from employee stock ownership plans to caps on compensation and "golden parachute" provisions. These authors provide their advice on such matters as say-on-pay regulations, equity compensation, and defined contribution plans, among others. Additionally, this book examines the forces that have contributed to these trends, and in light of those conditions, what the future likely holds for both employee benefits and executive compensation.