Amy L. Blackman
Amy Blackman is an executive compensation and employee benefits partner resident in Fried Frank's New York office. She joined the Firm in 2003.
Ms. Blackman has extensive experience advising clients regarding the SEC disclosure requirements in public companies' annual and periodic reports and assists in drafting these disclosures.
In the executive compensation and employee benefits areas, Ms. Blackman advises clients regarding the disclosure, design and implementation aspects of executive and director compensation packages and plans. Her work also extends to other areas of Fried Frank's practice, including participation in drafting and negotiating the employee-benefits aspects of merger and acquisition agreements and advising private equity clients regarding the regulations under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974.
In addition, Ms. Blackman also specializes in advising tax-exempt organizations with respect to corporate governance, creation of and amending organizational documents, and corporate transactions such as a tax-exempt bond financing and the sale of assets.
Ms. Blackman has written and spoken extensively on the topic of SEC executive compensation disclosure requirements.
Before entering law school and joining Fried Frank, Ms. Blackman served as the managing director for Elisa Monte Dance, an international contemporary dance touring company based in New York City.