Saul Ewing's Emerging Companies Roundtable Discussion, April 3, 2014
If you are an emerging company, you may not be able to compete with more established companies on salary. Nevertheless, there are ways to structure compensation and benefit packages for yourselves and employees and other strategies to attract and maintain talent. Panelists will discuss alternate types of incentive-based compensation and unique ways to compensate your employees for sharing in the risk of your company.
Facilitators for this discussion will be the following thought leaders:
- Brian Meritt, a tax partner at McGladrey LLP who provides entrepreneurs and their businesses with compliance and proactive tax planning services that address the evolving needs of this fast-paced global economy.
- Mary E. Comfort, senior director of Compensation, Benefits and HRIS at Bio Solutions.
- Marshall B. Paul, a partner in Saul Ewing’s Business and Finance Department who counsels businesses on limited liability company matters, general corporate matters, joint ventures, acquisitions and sales, fiduciary duty issues and financings.
- Sarah “Sally” Church, a partner in Saul Ewing’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice who has 25 years of experience working on employee benefits and executive compensation matters.
The Emerging Company Roundtables are designed to facilitate candid and informative discussions between like-minded individuals covering a range of issues essential to early stage companies. Participants will leave with strategies to overcome business challenges, avoid risk and enhance the likelihood of success.
Key Takeaways from this Emerging Company Roundtable Discussion are available here.
The Roundtable Discussion will take place April 3, 2014 from 8 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. in Saul Ewing’s Baltimore office at 500 Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore.
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