Saul Ben-Meyer concentrates on employee benefits, executive compensation and employment-related tax matters, with an emphasis on multinational transactions and related issues.
He has over 30 years of experience advising global organizations and executives on the compensation and benefits implications of multinational transactions and cross-border hiring, transfers and terminations of executives, as well as multinational executive agreements and compensation programs, including global equity-based compensation and nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements.
He is co-author of “Multinational Executives,” in Executive Compensation, published by Law Journal Press, one of the leading treatises on executive compensation.
Saul also counsels employers on retirement plan design, implementation and administration. He provides advice on compliance with the code and ERISA and assists with IRS and Department of Labor (DOL) audits and correction programs. His practice covers all types of tax-qualified and nonqualified plans and funding arrangements.
In addition, Saul handles the ERISA and deferred compensation aspects of executive employment agreements, change-in-control agreements and severance agreements.
He is a Fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, and a board member and immediate past president of the New York chapter of WEB, Worldwide Employee Benefits Network, an educational and networking organization of benefits professionals.
Bar Admissions : New York
- New York University (LL.M., 1980)
- New York Law School (J.D., 1979)
- Cornell University (B.A., 1975)
- American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, Fellow
- Worldwide Employee Benefits Network (an educational and networking organization of employee benefits professionals), New York chapter, board of directors, immediate past president
- National Foreign Trade Council (the oldest and largest trade association advocating an open, rules-based international trade and tax system), International Benefits Committee
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