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Description: Employee Benefits/Executive Comp

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 4-6 years of experience representing public and private companies with respect to tax and securities law issues in connection with equity-based arrangements and other types of incentive compensation plans. Additional experience with ERISA, employee benefits or general employment law matters is preferred.

This firm is one of the nation's fastest growing firms with more than 800 attorneys in 8 offices across the USA. The firm's core areas of practice are corporate, litigation and real estate, with specialized focus on financial services, private equity, technology, REITs and real estate capital markets, intellectual property, tax and products liability.

Years Experience: (4 - 6)

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Bar Requirements: New York

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Location: USA - NY - New York

Date Opened: 06/28/2019

Code: 4505299

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