Executive Compensation and ERISA Attorney

Posted September 22, 2022

Location: New York, Philadelphia, Cherry Hill, Berwyn, Wilmington

Montgomery McCracken’s has an immediate need for an Executive Compensation and ERISA Attorney to join their growing Business Department. Qualified candidates should have at least 5 years of experience in a broad range of executive compensation and benefits matters, including executive compensation and benefits aspects of mergers and acquisitions, taxation issues related to executive compensation arrangements (including Sections 409A and 280G of the Internal Revenue Code), design and negotiation of employment and other executive compensation arrangements, compensation-related disclosure and corporate governance matters, and ERISA fiduciary and pension investment issues. Candidates must be licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and/or Delaware.

Montgomery McCracken’s Business Department has a national practice with a regional focus involving private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies, financial institutions, startup and emerging companies, closely held middle market businesses, executives, high net worth individuals and other participants in corporate transactions. Our client base spans a wide variety of industries including specialty manufacturing, technology, life sciences, banking and financial services, education, entertainment, retail, transportation and logistics, and real estate.

We take pride in our firm’s history, culture, and commitment to providing our attorneys with proper work-life balance while ensuring high quality client service.

The Firm has been and remains committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination for all persons without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual or affectional orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, nationality, ancestry, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, genetic information, marital status, civil union and domestic partnership status, familial status, service in the US armed forces, handicap or disability and/or Vietnam-Era or disabled veteran status consistent with business necessity and the safe performance of the job, domestic or sexual violence victim status, and any other federal, state, or locally protected classification.

Interested candidates will submit a resume to Human Resources at staffing@mmwr.com. No calls or agencies please.