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Marty Rosenbaum and Jon Parritz to Present at National Association of Stock Plan Professionals 2013 Conference

July 25, 2013

Maslon attorneys Marty Rosenbaum and Jon Parritz will present at the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals 2013 Conference on July 25, 2013. During the half-day event of best practices and networking, Marty and Jon's program, titled "Clawbacks and Equity Plan Litigation Issues" will give attendees insight into litigation issues arising from stock option and equity compensation plans and terms, including forfeiture (clawback) provisions. They will also address anticipated SEC rules under the Dodd-Frank Act that will require all exchange-listed companies to include clawback provisions in their compensation programs. CLE credit has been applied for.

Marty Rosenbaum has nearly 30 years' experience advising public and privately held companies on securities and corporate matters, and regularly advises public companies of all sizes regarding preparation of public reports and proxy statements, public disclosures, insider trading, securities regulatory compliance, corporate governance matters, executive compensation, and stock plan issues.

Jon Parritz has more than 25 years' experience handling complex litigation matters for individual and organizational clients in a wide variety of industries and professions. He devotes a substantial portion of his practice to litigation and counseling clients regarding issues pertaining to employment, executive compensation and benefits, wage and hour law, trade-secret protection, and enforcement of non-competition and confidentiality agreements.

For more information or to register, go to Twin Cities Chapter of National Stock Plan Professionals.



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