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Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Matters in Corporate Transitions: ESOPs, Equity Incentives and Other Considerations

Selected from The Right Way to Exit: Key Tax and Estate Planning Issues in Selling a Business (Joint Program with Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law and Tax Sections), November 17, 2016

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When considering an exit transaction, there are a variety of key employee benefits and executive considerations sellers should consider.

This session provides an overview of the potential implementation of an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) as a means of transitioning ownership from founders /owners to employees.

In addition, the session discusses key executive compensation, employee equity structuring and retention matters that often plan a key role in a sale of a business.


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November 17, 2016
Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Matters in Corporate Transitions: ESOPs, Equity Incentives and Other Considerations | 2016 | On Demand

Tuition Rates. Tuition includes a 90-day subscription to the audio/video and electronic materials. Access the certificate of completion to receive MCLE credit with the NC State Bar. Click here for more information about On Demand CLE. 

 
Standard $80
NCBA Member $65
CLE Premier Pass $0
 

 

Speaker Information
Taylor W French   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
NC State Bar
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 1.00
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