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Compensation for Executives and Directors

ABA JOINT COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYEE BENEFITS  • LOCATION: New York, NY
 • DATE: November 13 - 14, 2006
SPONSORS: The Sections of Business Law, Health Law, Labor and Employment Law, Real Property, Probate and Trust Law, Taxation, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice; and The American College of Employee Benefits Counsel.

Program Highlights

Who Should Attend?

Any person who has occasion to address issues related to compensating senior corporate personnel, including:

• Private Practitioners

• In-House Corporate Counsel

• Employee Benefit Consultants

• Service Providers

• Compensation Managers and Consultants

 Why Should I Attend?

• Hear from the compensation experts. Discover their successful methods and strategies. Receive immediate feedback to YOUR questions.

• Network with government officials and find out why they take the positions they do on the latest controversial issues.

• Learn, organize and incorporate all of the new developments in this vital and ever-changing field, with a practical, not theoretical approach and perspective.

• Experience the stories from behind the scenes, and pick up the finer points to consider when designing and negotiating effective and customized compensation packages.


What Past Participants Have Said...

“With a rapidly changing landscape of law and regulations in this field, keeping current is almost impossible. This program provided, in one place, an overview of what I need to be concerned about not only as a lawyer, but also as a public company compensation chair.” 

                                Greg A. Rosenbaum, Palisades Associates, Inc.

 “This program provided an engaging panel and interactive discussions about cutting edge executive compensation issues.”

                                Susan Bernstein, Schulte Roth & Zabel

 “As usual, a top flight performance; excellent speakers and outlines.”

                                John Daly, Tricon Global Restaurants

 “It provided practical insights in dealing with many of the complex and often murky areas of executive compensation.”

                                Brigid Hurley, Hodgson Russ LLP


Registration Information

TUITION

Attend the entire two-day program and each breakfast and network with other registrants and faculty.  Registrations must be received on-line, postmarked, e-mailed or faxed by Monday, October 16 to receive the discount.

Early Bird Registration - Before October 16

$1045 General Public

$945 ABA Member ($100 Savings - join a Section, and save even more!)

$845 Sponsoring Section Member ($200 Savings)

Full Tuition - After October 16

$1095 General Public

$995 ABA Member ($100 Savings - join a Section, and save even more!)

$895 Sponsoring Section Member ($200 Savings)

On-Site Tuition

$1145 General Public

$1045 ABA Member ($100 Savings - join a Section, and save even more!)

$945 Sponsoring Section Member ($200 Savings)

 

ADDITIONAL SAVINGS

If three or more register from the same firm, one registrant will receive a $50 reduction in program tuition!  

Every registrant will receive a copy of the informative course materials book that can be used as a comprehensive resource long after the program is held.  Each registrant will also be eligible for MCLE accreditation within those states that require continuing legal education.


Scholarships

 A limited number of scholarships to defray tuition expenses are available for this program.  To request an application or receive additional information, contact Mary Karounos at 202.662.8676.  Scholarship applications must be received in the ABA offices no later than thirty days prior to the program presentation.  Preference will be given to full-time LL.B. candidates.


Questions

If you have a specific question that you want answered, you can fax or email it up to the day before the program to Mary Karounos (FAX 202.622.8682 or karounom@staff.abanet.org), or ask the speakers directly during the program presentation.


Services For Persons With Disabilities

If special arrangements are required, please contact Mary Karounos at 202.662.8676.  Reasonable advance notice is requested.


   
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HOTEL REGISTRATION - Thursday, October 12th

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION - Monday, October 16th



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For more information about the ABA Joint Committee on Employee Benefits, visit the JCEB website.