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Date of Event: Nov 17, 2015

Incentivizing Employees – Choosing the Right “Option”


Our speakers will discuss the various forms of deferred employee compensation, including stock options, phantom shares, share appreciation rights plans and others together with an analysis of the corporate and tax implications. Valuation impact on family law, as well as current trends in the marketplace will also be reviewed.

This Seminar is for accountants, business owners, managers, financial advisors and bankers.

There is no charge for this seminar.

8:00 - 8:30      Breakfast & Registration
8:30 - 10:00    Presentations & Discussion

Topics & Speakers

Moderator: Ari Tenenbaum, Corporate Group, Torkin Manes LLP

What is Best For Your Business?
Business considerations in choosing stock options and other deferred compensation plans 
Amira Abouali, Corporate Group, Torkin Manes LLP

Tax Friendly Options 
Tax implications of stock options and other deferred compensation plans granted to Canadian and non-Canadian employees 
Catherine Nicholson, Tax Group, Torkin Manes LLP

Avoiding Litigation
Lessons learned from departing/terminated employee lawsuits over stock options and other deferred compensation
Sally Kwon, Litigation Group, Torkin Manes LLP

What is “Real” Income in Family Law?
Valuation of stock options and other deferred compensation in a family law context 
Danny Melamed, Family Law Group, Torkin Manes LLP

What is Standard These Days?
Current trends in deferred compensation
Michael A. Thompson, Partner, Mercer

To inquire about registration for this event, please contact Jenn Merlin.


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