More recent developments affecting global stock plans — summer 2013
By Scott E Landau and Bradley A Benedict
As the use of equity-based compensation continues to grow around the world, different jurisdictions are striving for the right balance in the regulatory frameworks governing equity-based compensation arrangements.
This update follows up on our 25 July 2013 alert — ‘Recent developments affecting global stock plans’ — to take note of a few additional legislative and regulatory changes that have occurred over the last few months…
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