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David Teigman is a partner in the Tax Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group. David focuses his practice on…

David Teigman is a partner in the Tax Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group. David focuses his practice on executive compensation and benefit matters, principally in connection with mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and senior executive employment relationships.

David regularly counsels public and private companies on compensatory and benefit arrangements, such as equity-based incentives, cash-based incentives and employment, change-in-control, retention, separation and consulting agreements. He also advises on corporate governance, tax law and securities law related to employment matters.

A frequent author, David has published the following articles:

  • “Share Reserve and Other Limits in Public Company Equity Plans” (Practical Law)
  • “Roadmap to Providing Appropriate Incentives to Employees When Your Company is Going to be Sold” (The M&A Lawyer)
  • “Taxation of an Option Exercise When the Shares are Subject to a Substantial Risk of Forfeiture” (Practical Law)

David is often called upon by leading industry publications, including Agenda/Financial Times, Law360 and Modern Healthcare, for his perspective on executive compensation and benefit issues.

David received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Buffalo, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Buffalo Law Review and the Executive Editor of the Public Interest Law Journal, and his B.S. from Cornell University.

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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, Proskauer partner David Teigman, senior counsel Nick LaSpina, and special guest Michelle Garrett, a principal at the compensation consulting firm Semler Brossy, discuss employee retention. It seems like there is an article almost every day talking about the “great resignation.”  In a nutshell, there have been far more job transitions recently than there have been in the past. Tune in as we discuss what employers can do to help retain employees in this working environment.


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About

David Teigman is a partner in the Tax Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group. David focuses his practice on…

David Teigman is a partner in the Tax Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group. David focuses his practice on executive compensation and benefit matters, principally in connection with mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and senior executive employment relationships.

David regularly counsels public and private companies on compensatory and benefit arrangements, such as equity-based incentives, cash-based incentives and employment, change-in-control, retention, separation and consulting agreements. He also advises on corporate governance, tax law and securities law related to employment matters.

A frequent author, David has published the following articles:

  • “Share Reserve and Other Limits in Public Company Equity Plans” (Practical Law)
  • “Roadmap to Providing Appropriate Incentives to Employees When Your Company is Going to be Sold” (The M&A Lawyer)
  • “Taxation of an Option Exercise When the Shares are Subject to a Substantial Risk of Forfeiture” (Practical Law)

David is often called upon by leading industry publications, including Agenda/Financial Times, Law360 and Modern Healthcare, for his perspective on executive compensation and benefit issues.

David received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Buffalo, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Buffalo Law Review and the Executive Editor of the Public Interest Law Journal, and his B.S. from Cornell University.

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