Companies Hope For Easy Way Out Of Employee Stock Option Rules

HSE partner Christopher M. Potash was featured in the article, “Cos. Hope For Easy Way Out of Employee Stock Option Rules,” published in the October 18, 2018 Law360 Tax Authority report and on the Law360 website. Christopher described some reasons why a provision (Section 83(i)) in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act meant to allow employees to defer federal income tax when exercising company stock options was not being wide-adopted. Click here to view the story on the Law360 website. Christopher is a member of Law360’s Tax Editorial Advisory Board and heads the firm’s executive compensation practice, where he focuses his practice on taxation, compensation, and benefits and regularly advises U.S. and international companies on the U.S. aspects of their global equity and compensation arrangements.

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