This ‘by invitation only’ event ensures Directors have the desired Committee or subject-matter expertise for robust conversation. The evening is limited to 16 Directors to ensure a small, one-table conversation over cocktails and dinner. Hosted by NACD Colordo sponsors Davis Graham and Stubbs and Pay Governance.
The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: Compensation Committees in 2019
1. Are the Handcuffs Truly Off? Post 162(m) Incentive Compensation Freedom?
2. TSR Under Attack! How are you responding?
3. How will ISS & Glass Lewis affect you this year?
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Jonathan Marks is a partner in the Finance & Acquisitions Group of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP. He concentrates his practice on the design, administration, and tax attributes of all types of executive compensation arrangements, equity compensation plans, and employee benefit plans, as well as on the executive compensation and employee benefits issues arising out of mergers, acquisitions, and public offerings.
Mr. Marks has assisted clients in the drafting, design, and administration of all forms of cash and equity compensation arrangements, including annual and multiyear cash bonus arrangements as well as time and performance-vested stock options, restricted stock, stock appreciation rights, and partnership equity arrangements. He has significant experience in drafting executive employment agreements, nonqualified deferred compensation plans, and supplemental retirement arrangements, and has assisted clients with the preparation of proxies and other compensation-related securities filings. He designs plans with optional tax provisions involving 409A, 162(m), and 280G. Mr. Marks advises public company clients on ISS, Glass Lewis, and SEC guidance in connection with compensation plans.
Lane T. Ringlee is a Managing Partner at Pay Governance. He advises clients on the design and implementation of executive compensation programs, as well as incentive plans and rewards strategies. Lane has extensive experience in managing compensation assignments for major corporations. Some of these engagements include: developing and implementing total compensation strategies, advising boards and senior management on the design and structure of executive and board compensation programs, and selecting performance criteria and calibrating performance levels for incentive plans.
Additionally, Lane has expertise in assessing and developing governance processes and structures for executive compensation, advising organizations in preparation for initial public offerings, managing competitive valuations, and modeling and analyzing equity and incentive programs for executive and management positions. Lane works with boards and top management teams of globally prominent organizations across various industry segments.
Annita Menogan is a seasoned legal and business executive with a track record of success as a key legal advisor and strategic counselor to boards of directors, private equity portfolio companies, executive officers, and business units in driving and implementing business strategy and transformational change. After a career in private practice, which included general corporate matters, securities reporting and compliance, and mergers and acquisitions, Menogan brought her experience to the Adolph Coors Company and Molson Coors Brewing Company, where, as deputy general counsel and secretary, she played key roles in the acquisition by Coors of the Carling/Bass Brewers Ltd. business in the United Kingdom, which doubled the size of the company, and in the merger with Molson Inc. that propelled Molson Coors into a global top five brewer. She was also instrumental in the development and implementation of the governance and compliance structures adopted by Coors under Sarbanex-Oxley. Menogan served as chief legal officer to Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. for seven years where she advised the board and worked closely with the chair on a series of events, including two activist campaigns, and guided the transition and onboarding of several new board members and a new CEO and CFO. As general counsel of Atkins Nutritionals Inc., she served on the executive team developing the "path to public" systems and processes to prepare the company to go public, and she directed the legal activities for the company's merger in July 2017 with The Simply Good Foods Company, a publicly traded SPAC. She advised management and the SGF board on the transition to a public company through its first year prior to her retirement in July 2018.
Menogan has served as an officer and board member of a number of nonprofit organizations. Currently she is a member of and serves on the board of the Colorado Chapter of NACD, is a member of the hospital board of Children's Hospital Colorado and its Executive and Compliance and Business Ethics committees, and is governance chair of the board of Denver Kids Inc. Menogan obtained her JD degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.