Marjorie Glover is the chair of Chadbourne’s executive compensation and employee benefits practice group and of the Firm’s employment law department. Her practice focuses exclusively in the areas of executive compensation and employee benefits law, corporate governance and risk oversight and employment law.
Ms. Glover advises on employee benefits and executive compensation issues in domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, public offerings, private placements, project financing and other financings.
Ms. Glover advises on all aspects of executive compensation, including employment, separation and consulting agreements, equity- and cash-based incentive plans, deferred compensation arrangements and issues under Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) (executive pay cap limits), 280G (golden parachutes) and 409A (restrictions on non-qualified deferred compensation).
Ms. Glover advises regularly on all aspects of compliance with United States employee benefits laws, including, for example, compliance with ERISA and applicable securities, tax, labor and health insurance laws. She has extensive experience in the design, implementation, administration and termination of pension, cash balance, profit-sharing, 401(k) savings, employee stock ownership plans and welfare benefit plans. Ms. Glover represents companies in connection with Department of Labor and Internal Revenue Service filings, audits and investigations.
Ms. Glover has particular expertise in health care law requirements for employers, including the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health of 2009, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008, Health Insurance and Portability Accountability Act of 1996, Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 and other health care laws.
Ms. Glover advises investment funds and investment fund investors with respect to ERISA’s fiduciary requirements, including plan asset and prohibited transaction requirements and exemptions.
Ms. Glover advises companies, boards of directors and board committees on a wide range of corporate governance and risk oversight matters.
Ms. Glover also advises on all aspects of employment law, including, for example, laws related to wages and hours, payroll tax, non-discrimination, employee discipline, suspension and termination, substance abuse, privacy and leaves of absence.
Ms. Glover is recognized in the Best Lawyers in America (2009 to present) for her work in employee benefits law. She was recently honored by Super Lawyers as a Top Women Attorney in New York in addition to being cited in the specialty of employee benefits/ERISA (2006 to present) and in The International Who’s Who of Professionals.
Activities and affiliations
- Member: American Bar Association, Tax Section; Center for International Legal Studies, Member of Congress of Fellows; National Association of Corporate Directors; National Association of Stock Plan Professionals; National Center for Employee Ownership; New York Bar Association, Tax Section; The Association of the Bar of the City of New York
- Civic activities: Advocates for Children; Autism Speaks; Connecticut Down Syndrome Congress; Yale Mock Trial Invitational (Judge)