During this information-packed session our expert panel will present up-to-date practices in drafting effective executive compensation agreements, including:
- Overview of the many types of executive compensation
- Considerations relating to negotiating severance provisions
- Best practices for drafting restrictive covenants; and more
- Relevant legal issues with an emphasis on addressing practical real-life situations
Plus, you’ll learn key definitions and best practices for the most often overlooked aspects of drafting an executive employment agreement, including;
- Good Reason Provisions
- Fixed Terms
- Restrictive Covenants (non-competes, non-solicitation & non-disclosure agreements)
- Award Equity
- State and Venue Selection
Product ID: 5565
Learn to Anticipate and Prepare for Difficulties that Lurk in the Drafting and Negotiating an Executive’s Compensation Agreement!Order my recording now
Partner, Burns & Levinson LLP
Mr. Cohen has more than 40 years experience as a lawyer dealing with patent, copyright, trademark, unfair competition, licensing/franchising, visual arts, software, databases and publication law, formation and operation of business enterprises and not-for-profit organizations, international trade, litigation/ADR, and legal ethics. He handles acquisition, licensing and litigation of intellectual property rights. He has also served as an expert witness, arbitrator and mediator in intellectual property matters. Prior to joining Burns & Levinson LLP in January 2006, Mr. Cohen was a partner with the firm Perkins Smith & Cohen LLP.
David Almeling is a partner in O’Melveny’s San Francisco office where he focuses his practice on both patent and trade secret litigation. He is also a leader in those fields. Among his other awards, David was recognized in The National Law Journal’s 2014 “Intellectual Property Trailblazers & Pioneers,” which highlights 50 of the top intellectual property lawyers across the country “who are raising the bar in intellectual property law.” And he is a nationally respected authority on patents and trade secrets, on which he has authored more than a dozen publications and presented more than two dozen CLE presentations. For example, David’s second book on trade secret law, Trade Secret Law and Corporate Strategy, was published by LexisNexis in 2015.
Continuing Education Units
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