Jeffrey London advises public and private companies in all areas of compensation design, including implementation of equity, equity-based and non-equity-based compensation arrangements, such as stock option plans, performance share plans, deferred compensation plans, restricted stock plans, phantom stock plans, gain-sharing programs and other types of short-term and long-term incentive programs. He counsels boards of directors and compensation committees in structuring compensation programs and agreements for themselves and their executive officers, and negotiates employment and severance agreements and serves as “agent” on behalf of senior level executive officers. Jeff also designs and implements qualified pension and profit-sharing plans (e.g., ESOPs, 401(k) plans, cash balance plans, defined benefit plans and profit-sharing plans, and counsels clients on the regulatory and administrative requirements of maintaining qualified plans. He advises clients on all aspects of welfare benefit plan design and administration, such as health insurance programs, long-term disability programs, long-term care programs and severance arrangements, including counseling on such varied issues as COBRA, HIPAA, VEBAs, flexible-spending accounts and cafeteria plans. Jeff has represented clients in all aspects of ERISA litigation, including benefit claims, fiduciary breaches, and multi-employer pension plan withdrawal liability disputes.
In 2012, Jeff was inducted as a fellow into the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel in recognition of his sustained commitment to public awareness, understanding of benefits laws, and substantial contributions to the employee benefits field.
Jeff has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America 2016 for Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law.
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- Kaye Scholer Represents AGF in FFCM Ownership Stake November 20, 2015
- London to Participate in Corporate Benefit Plan Symposium November 18, 2015