Amy L. Blackman advises clients regarding executive and director compensation and benefits programs and related securities regulations, tax, ERISA, and corporate governance matters.
Public and private company clients turn to Amy on a range of issues concerning the design, implementation and operation, disclosure, and governance aspects of their compensation and benefits programs. Our transactional corporate clients seek Amy’s advice on employee-related considerations as part of capital markets matters, merger and acquisition transactions, corporate restructurings, and financings.
Amy also specializes in advising tax-exempt organizations with respect to corporate governance and compliance matters. She has written and spoken extensively on the topic of SEC executive compensation disclosure requirements.
Amy is consistently recognized by Legal 500 in Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation. She was selected as a 2017 “Client Service All-Star Attorney” by BTI Consulting Group and is part of an exclusive group of lawyers singled out for delivering superior client service to corporate counsel.
Client memorandum |IRS Finalizes Regulations under Section 162(m)⟶
Client memorandum |Summary of Changes in ISS and Glass Lewis Voting Policies for the 2020 Proxy Season⟶
Client memorandum |New Guidance and Best Practices for Investment Advisers on Proxy Voting and Use of Proxy Advisory Firms⟶
Articles |Pay Ratio: The Time Has Come⟶
Client memorandum |Pay Ratio – The Time Has Come⟶