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Martin Rosenbaum Moderates NASPP Panel Discussion on Executive Compensation Issues for Troubled Companies - Transcript Available for Review

November 5, 2008

Martin Rosenbaum, a member of Maslon's Business and Securities Group and president of the Twin Cities Chapter of the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals (NASPP), recently moderated an NASPP panel discussion entitled "Troubled Company, Workout and Bankruptcy Issues: A little 'gloom and doom' with your morning java." We are pleased to make a transcript of this topical discussion available for review below. Course materials and speaker bios are also included.

Panel Members: Michael L. Meyer of Ravich Meyer Kirkman McGrath Nauman & Tansey, P.A. - an attorney who concentrates his practice on workout and bankruptcy situations. Scott Feraro and Kathy Bonneville of Seabury OCI Advisors, LLC - Compensation consultants with active practices in the Twin Cities area. Moderator: Martin R. Rosenbaum

Transcript of NASPP Panel Discussion: Troubled Company, Workout and Bankruptcy Issues: A little "gloom and doom" with your morning java 

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