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Los Angeles office of our client seeks executive compensation and employee benefits attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate should have experience in advising clients on executive compensation and employee benefits matters, including in connection with corporate transactions. Must have relevant tax and ERISA experience.
Established in 1890, this law firm is distinctively positioned for doing business in today's global marketplace. Consistently ranked among the world's best law firms, it offers specialized services in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, real estate finance, antitrust, appellate, entertainment, media, white-collar criminal defense, malpractice defense, toxic torts, consumer class-action law, securities litigation, government contracts, employee benefits, and telecommunications. This is more than just a law firm; it's a dream-come-true.
Mountain View office of our client seeks junior to mid-level executive compensation and employee benefits attorney with 1-4 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions and related securities law issues. CA Bar Admission is preferred.
This highly profitable, full-service firm has grown significantly in recent years and has worked on some of the most interesting and complex technology transactions in the world. The firm primarily represents high-tech, high-growth companies in four practices areas: Corporate, Litigation, Intellectual Property, and Tax. Salaries are in line with other top Bay Area firms, and most associates believe the firm is "truly a great place to work."
San Francisco office of our client seeks executive compensation and benefits attorney with 2+ years of direct experience. The candidate will work closely with all attorneys in the practice section, as well as interact directly with clients on a wide variety of transactions. Must have experience of working with public and private employers on employee benefits and executive compensation matters, with particular emphasis on tax-qualified plans, health and welfare programs, mergers and acquisitions, and equity compensation programs. Must be a member, or eligible to become a member, of the California State Bar.
This outstanding full-service firm, located in San Francisco, California, splits its practice into a number of areas, including: corporate securities and finance, litigation, intellectual property, antitrust, taxation, environmental law, labor & employment, real estate, and estate planning. Clients include domestic and international banking and financial institutions, telecommunications and wireless companies, energy providers, and real estate companies. While there is not as much socializing as at some large firms, the work atmosphere is supportive and the firm's attorneys generally seem to enjoy working together. Attorneys participate in a substantial amount of pro bono work. The minimum billable hour requirement is 1,950 hours. Salaries are extraordinarily competitive and the firm awards bonuses at 2100, 2250, and 2400 hours.
San Francisco office of our client seeks compensation and benefits attorney with 4-5 years of experience. The candidate should have experience of the following aspects of an executive compensation practice: equity plans for private and public companies, executive employment agreements, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, proxy statements, and executive compensation provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (83, 162(m), 280G and 409A).
Located in San Francisco, California, this dynamic firm boasts strong Litigation and Corporate departments and specializes in the representation of emerging companies and the financial institutions that serve their markets. The firm's clients include some of the today's fastest-growing companies in areas such as information technology, life sciences and finance. The firm's attorneys describe the work atmosphere as "intense but cooperative" – at least one associate claims she has no problems finding colleagues willing to lend a hand. Salaries are very competitive.
Los Angeles office of our client seeks mid-level executive compensation and employee benefits attorney with 3-5 years of experience, especially in connection with corporate transactions. Candidate should have relevant tax and ERISA experience.
This is a satellite office of an important East Coast law firm, and this firm pays top dollar and is not particularly demanding in terms of the hours it demands of its associates. We have been impressed with this firm's constant focus on the Los Angeles legal market and its ability to prosper here. The attorneys in this firm are all treated to what we believe is an inordinate amount of CLE classes, which the firm runs frequently. Additionally, the firm has a good pro bono policy and allows its associates to write off about 1 month annually in pro bono time.
Redwood City office of our client seeks junior to mid-level attorney with 2-4 years of executive compensation experience. The candidate should have experience with equity compensation for both public and private companies, drafting offer letters and employment agreements, public company compensation disclosure, mergers and acquisitions transactions, and the related tax and securities law issues.
This very prestigious firm specializes in corporate work, including corporate formation, financing, and public offerings for startups and other tech companies. The firm enjoys an excellent reputation in the legal community and attracts attorneys committed to practicing law at its highest level. The work environment is very relaxed; the firm has a year-round casual dress policy and attorneys generally seem very well-rounded and friendly. The firm's hiring standards are relatively high – for laterals, the focus is on applicable experience working with startups or doing IP work. The firm also values people with an M.B.A., accounting degree, or business background. The firm's compensation package is exceedingly competitive; according to one associate, "Anyone who complains about working here is absolutely crazy!"
Palo Alto office is seeking a executive compensation and benefits attorney with experience includes advising on employment and compensation arrangements for senior executives, as well as issues arising from employee benefit plans such as retirement, medical, and severance arrangements, and drafting and negotiating a broad range of transaction documentation. Junior to Senior level candidates will be considered.
The Silicon Valley office of this prestigious firm provides expertise in a number of areas, including: mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, private equity transactions, and securities and intellectual property litigation. The firm's attorneys generally treat each other very well; indeed, the firm has a reputation as one of the friendliest large firms in the nation.
Employee Benefits/Executive Compensation Attorney jobs in California
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