, partner in the New York office, has been named chair of the firm’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation
practice. She will oversee a team that advises clients on a spectrum of programs, including retirement and welfare programs, executive compensation, and associated legal and tax issues.
Pam represents Fortune
500 companies, not-for-profit entities and other organizations on their employee benefits and compensation-related initiatives. She advises on the full array of challenges her clients face when creating and managing employee benefits programs, efficiently navigating them through the changing regulatory landscape governing benefit matters.