Alex Glaser practices in the area of employee benefits and executive compensation. His experience includes the design, implementation and administration of tax-qualified and non-qualified plans and arrangements. He also drafts and amends employment agreements, non-competition agreements, severance agreements, equity compensation plans and deferred compensation arrangements.
Mr. Glaser regularly advises clients on all aspects of compliance with Health Care Reform. In addition, he counsels both publicly traded and private companies on benefits and compensation issues resulting from merger and acquisition activity. He also has significant experience in representing companies during DOL and IRS investigations involving plan and benefits-related issues.
- Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2010; Moot Court Board.
- Northwestern University, B.A., with honors, 2006
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Louisiana
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Louisiana
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- New Orleans Bar Association (Chair, Young Lawyers Section)
- American Bar Association
- Louisiana Hospital Association
- Southwest Benefits Association
- Advised clients regarding various aspects of deferred compensation, including drafting arrangements compliant with Code Section 409A and correction of document and operational errors.
- Drafted Securities and Exchange Commission filings on behalf of publicly traded clients, including registration statements for company stock offered through benefit plans and relevant portions of proxy materials.
- Counseled clients on various issues related to employee terminations, including drafting severance pay plans and separation agreements and advising on WARN and COBRA issues.
- Advised plan sponsors during DOL and IRS investigations into plan compliance and operation, including investigations regarding: (i) status of group medical plan as “grandfathered” under Health Care Reform; and (ii) failure of bankrupt client to remit contributions to 401(k) plan.
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