May 26, 2022

Volume XII, Number 146

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Colleen Hart

Colleen Hart is a partner in the Tax Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group.

Colleen advises companies, executives and boards on complex executive compensation matters. She offers a multidisciplinary approach to compensation and benefits issues with a focus on tax planning, securities laws and corporate governance. Matters she handles include the negotiation, structuring and implementation of employment and change-in-control agreements and deferred compensation, equity and incentive compensation plans. She advises on golden parachute and deduction limitation rules, securities reporting, registration and disclosure requirements and California employment laws. In addition, Colleen has extensive experience advising clients on compensation and benefits issues arising in mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, bankruptcies and finance transactions.

Colleen is a contributing author of The 409A Handbook (BNA 2016) and lectures frequently on executive compensation matters. As a U.S. Navy veteran, Colleen devotes a substantial amount of time to organizations that provide legal and support services to U.S. veterans.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Colleen Hart

The National Law Review recognized Proskauer’s Government Contractor Compliance Practice Group as a 2021 Go-To Thought Leader for their news and analysis regarding compliance with regulations from the OFCCP or state-level entities throughout the year. Regular contributors include Guy Brenner, Megan Childs, Allan S. Bloom, Abigail Rosenblum, Eric D. Novak, Edward S. Kornreich, Caroline L. Guensberg, Kate Gold, Colleen Hart and Michelle L. Lappen. The COVID-19 pandemic raised many employment-related questions, especially when it comes to vaccination and mask workplace policies for government employees and contractors. Proskauer’s Government Contractor Compliance and Regulatory Update Blog provided thorough insights regarding labor and workplace laws impacting government contractors during these uncertain times.

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