Domnick advises the firm’s clients on all matters relating to executive compensation, including designing, drafting, negotiating and implementing equity and non–equity–based incentive compensation arrangements (including compensatory partnership interests), severance, change in control and executive employment agreements, non–qualified deferred compensation plans and related issues concerning tax (including sections 162(m), 280G and 409A) and securities law issues. Domnick also works regularly with public companies in preparing executive compensation disclosures for annual proxy statements and merger proxies, initial public offerings and 8–Ks, and he provides advice on section 16 and other securities law issues and stock exchange listing rules relating to equity–based compensation.

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  • Recommended for Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation and Retirement Plans – Legal 500 US 2016 – 2019
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