Jeremy D. Erickson

Jeremy Erickson,

a senior associate in the San Francisco office, is a member of the firm's Compensation and Benefits Group.

Mr. Erickson is an experienced advisor on a wide range of employee benefits and compensation matters. In particular, his practice focuses on advising clients in connection with the preparation and filing of annual proxy statements, Form 10-K reports and other periodic SEC reports. Mr. Erickson also assists clients with the sale of restricted securities and the sale of securities by insiders, disclosure issues and corporate governance issues.

Mr. Erickson frequently advises compensation committees, company management and executives on executive employment agreements, severance agreements, change in control agreements, retention plans and agreements, long and short term bonus plans and the federal and state laws that are implicated by such plans and arrangements.

Mr. Erickson also counsels clients on the application of Code Sections 409A, 280G and 162(m) and assists clients with securities laws and other taxation issues relating to compensation.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Compensation & Benefits, 2) Executive Compensation, 3) ERISA & Benefits Litigation and 4) Welfare Plans
Law School J.D., cum laude, Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, 2002
Admitted Year 1993
Education B.A., Economics, Brigham Young University, 1998
Bar Member / Association State bar of California
Most recent firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
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