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Executive Compensation: Moving Forward in a COVID-19 World

June 2, 2020

Employers reacted in a variety of ways to cope with the unprecedented financial impact of COVID-19.  Employers must begin to shift their focus to whether their current executive compensation practices are designed with sufficient incentives to retain key employees and to spur recovery and sustained growth.  This post reviews the range of cost-cutting measures companies have enacted over the past few months, and provides guidance on executive compensation issues employers should consider as they move forward in a COVID-19 world.
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The American Lawyer included commentary from Mintz Managing Partner Robert I. Bodian in an article on how the legal practice and role of law firm managing partners has shifted as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Law360 included commentary from Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen in an article on widespread confusion surrounding President Trump’s June 29 proclamation that broadened the administration’s freeze on employment-related visas for foreign workers, as well as the potential impact of the visa-freeze order on U.S. companies.
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An article published by Law360 highlighted the arrival of litigator Courtney Rockett as a Member in Mintz’s New York office, and included Ms. Rockett’s commentary on her practice and departure from Boies Schiller Flexner LLP. The article also included insights on Mintz’s strategy to expand its Litigation Practice in New York from Member and Chair of the firm’s Litigation and Employment Division Seth Goldman.