Arthur Meyers Speaks on Code Section 409A in the Context of a Business Transaction

Related Practice Areas

 

Arthur Meyers Speaks on Code Section 409A in the Context of a Business Transaction

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | January 20, 2010

 | Arthur Meyers

Event:  Code Section 409A in M&A Business Transactions: What Corporate, Benefits and Tax Lawyers Need to Know
Organization:  ERISA and Corporate Law Committees of the Boston Bar Association
Location:  Boston

 

Arthur Meyers, partner in Labor, Employment & Benefits, led the panel discussion “Code Section 409A in M&A Business Transactions: What Corporate, Benefits and Tax Lawyers Need to Know,” sponsored by the ERISA and Corporate Law Committees of the Boston Bar Association.

The discussion covered issues arising under Code Section 409A in the context of a business transaction, such as relevant documents to review and questions to ask during due diligence, as well as specific issues regarding discounted stock options and valuation of company shares, severance and change in control payments, nonqualified deferred compensation plans and the identification of specified employees before and after closing.

 

Thank you for reaching out to contact Choate. Before you send your message, we wanted to make sure you are aware of the following. Please do not send any confidential information in response to this link. Sending an e-mail to Choate does not give rise to an attorney-client relationship, and will not be deemed to disqualify Choate from undertaking any engagement for a current or future client.  Before any attorney-client engagement may be formed, Choate will need to check for possible conflicts of interest, you will need to consider whether you wish to retain Choate as counsel, and we will need to consider whether we wish to accept the potential engagement. In the meantime, Choate reserves the right to represent parties with interests adverse to you.

AcceptDecline