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Join Morgan Lewis this month for these programs on employee benefits and executive compensation.

Join Morgan Lewis this month for these programs on employee benefits and executive compensation.

Join Morgan Lewis for the first semester of the 2021 Global Public Company Academy, launching on February 10.
San Francisco voters on November 3 approved Proposition L, which imposes an additional tax on businesses whose highest paid executive makes 100 times or more than the median salary of the business’s employees based in San Francisco.
Congratulations to Elizabeth (Liz) Goldberg and Erin Randolph-Williams on their election to the Morgan Lewis partnership in our employee benefits and executive compensation practice! Effective today, Liz (resident in Pittsburgh) and Erin (resident in Philadelphia) will join 23 other newly elected partners from 10 offices and eight practices.
Congratulations to Morgan Lewis partner Handy Hevener, who has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the New York Law Journal as part of its 2020 New York Legal Awards.
Due to the economic and financial upheaval caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many employees are asking their employers if they are able to cancel their deferral elections and/or receive accelerated payments from their nonqualified deferred compensation plan accounts to help offset financial difficulties they may be facing.
Our employee benefits and executive compensation practice is available to help employers evaluate and troubleshoot potential issues arising from the changing work environment and economic situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the economy continues to enjoy steady growth, financial experts warn that an economic slowdown is likely in the not too distant future. Preemptive action may cushion an otherwise bumpy financial ride. Therefore, it’s time again to plan for an economic downturn. We have compiled several suggestions for executive compensation planning for a downturn.