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Ms. Jeanie Cogill is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice. She practices in the executive compensation, pension plan investments, and employee benefits areas of law. Ms. Cogill advises public and private companies on all aspects of executive compensation arrangements, including equity incentive programs, golden parachute arrangements, performance incentive arrangements, severance programs, and nonqualified deferred compensation plans. She also regularly advises public and private companies and private equity clients in connection with executive compensation and employee benefits issues arising in the context of mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, restructurings, and similar corporate transactions. She advises banks, broker-dealers, and other financial services clients on the fiduciary responsibility provisions of ERISA, including considerations associated with the structuring, developing, and offering of financial products and services to ERISA plans. In addition, Ms. Cogill represents investment managers, hedge funds and private equity funds, and their principals, in connection with fund structuring for ERISA and operation compliance with ERISA, providing counsel on fiduciary responsibility, prohibited transaction, VCOC, REOC, and other plan assets issues.
Ms.Cogill is admitted to practice in New York. She received her Bachelor of Laws from University of Sydney Law School and B.A. from University of Sydney.
Ms. Rani Doyle is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s Corporate and Business Transactions Practice. She counsels public and private clients on securities law, corporate governance, disclosure, and other regulatory matters. Ms. Doyle also handles capital markets transactions. With the knowledge she gained as a Special Counsel with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and her background as co-general counsel for a publicly traded global asset management company, Ms. Doyle guides clients through the registration process, including for initial public offerings, and advises on SEC-related disclosure and financial reporting issues and the formulation and implementation of governance and compliance policies and practices.
Ms. Doyle is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, New Jersey and New York.She received her J.D. from New York Law School and her B.A. from Rutgers University.
Ms. Mims Maynard Zabriskie is a partner in Morgan Lewis’ Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice. She advises on complex executive compensation and employee benefit plan matters, including the design, negotiation, and implementation of executive compensation, equity compensation, and tax-qualified retirement plans and shareholder approval of equity plans. Ms. Zabriskie counsels large publicly and privately owned businesses, including Fortune 500 enterprises, technology companies, and universities on a range of legal issues related to executive compensation governance and employee benefit plans. She also advises on benefits and executive compensation issues that arise during major corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, sales, IPOs, and spinoffs. Co-leader of Morgan Lewis’s Executive Compensation Task Force, Ms. Zabriskie advises corporations and compensation committees with respect to governance issues relating to executive compensation and works with corporations and executives to design and negotiate employment agreements, severance agreements, and change of control agreements for key executives. She advises companies with respect to equity compensation plans, deferred compensation and other executive plans, and change of control agreements in preparation for sales or public offerings.
Ms.Zabriskie is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and Virginia.She received her J.D. from University of Virginia School of Law and her B.A. from Vanderbilt University.
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