Equity Compensation in LLCs, S Corporations, and Other Pass-Through Entities
About This Meeting
Pass-through entities, i.e., limited liability companies (LLCs), S corporations, and partnerships, are small and medium-sized businesses that pass their profits on to the owners every year, so the business does not pay income tax as a corporation. This Webinar will focus on how equity compensation is handled in this type of entity, emphasizing LLCs and S corporations.
This Webinar has already taken place. It is available as a free replay in the members-only area of this site.
From Our Equity Compensation Webinar Series
- Each one-hour Webinar features an experienced authority in the field and discusses a requested topic.
- Discuss current administrative and other issues with fellow practitioners without leaving your office!
- Free for NCEO members
Have you been looking for a way to network and gain CEP continuing education hours? Why not attend the NCEO's equity compensation Webinars? In response to questions and comments from practitioners all over the U.S., the NCEO has developed these online seminars to focus on equity compensation plan administration—for administrators to ask questions, share ideas, and gain CEP continuing education hours. The Webinars take place once per month for one hour (1 CEP continuing education unit per hour) and discuss a hot topic.
This replay was recorded on May 22, 2013.
David R. Johanson
Jackson Lewis P.C.
David is a shareholder with Jackson Lewis P.C., resident in its Los Angeles and Napa offices. David leads a sub-group of the employee benefits practice group and his 15-person national team assists clients in employee ownership, benefit, and ERISA matters. They also counsel clients regarding executive compensation, equity incentive plans, ESOPs, ESOP transactions, corporate governance, fiduciary matters, and mergers and acquisitions. David appears for clients in defense litigation in courts throughout the country, before regulatory agencies (e.g., Department of Labor), in tax controversies before the IRS, and in comparable state agencies.