Jeffrey M. Kanter

Managing Director

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New York, NY
P: 212.299.3709

Jeff Kanter joined the firm in 1985 and is a member of the firm’s Board of Directors. He has a legal background with specialization in taxation. Early in his career he was a lecturer at New York University’s School of Continuing Education, Taxation Division, as well as its School of Paralegal Studies.

Jeff works with both private and public companies of all sizes, and among all industries throughout the world on the design of short- and long-term incentive and related compensation programs. He has a particular specialization in transactional consulting, such as corporate and financial restructurings, IPOs, acquisitions anddivestitures and employment arrangements.

A frequent speaker and writer on the subject, some of Jeff’s presentations include being a regular presenter at programs such as those sponsored by AYCO and the American Bar Association.

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

Event | November 15, 2016
Washington, DC

Performance Plan Design: 2017 Style
By Jeffrey M. Kanter, Bindu M. Culas
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Event | August 3, 2016
Saratoga, NY

Executive Compensation: What’s New in 2016
By Jeffrey M. Kanter, Managing Director
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Event | February 23, 2016
New York City, NY

Equity Compensation in Early Stage Companies
By Jeffrey M. Kanter, Managing Director

Event | July 30, 2015
Albany, NY

More 'Pay for Performance' in Executive Compensation
By Jeffrey M. Kanter, Managing Director
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Blog | August 27, 2019
SEC Provides Guidance to Investment Advisers on Use of Proxy Advisors
By Cimi Silverberg, Jeffrey M. Kanter, Dina Bernstein
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Alert | March 23, 2012
Executive Compensation 2011 Year in Review
By Jeffrey M. Kanter, Managing Director
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Research Report | August 20, 2010
Evolution of Change-in-Control Practices: 2007 vs. 2010
By Stephan D. Bosshard, Eric Winikoff, Jeffrey M. Kanter
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Alert | February 1, 2008
Entitlement to Incentive Compensation on Termination of Employment May Result in Loss of Treatment as Performance-Based Compensation under Section 162(m)
By Jeffrey M. Kanter, Managing Director
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