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Patrick Rehfield

Patrick Rehfield

Patrick Rehfield focuses on matters related to executive compensation, payroll tax, and employee fringe benefits. He advises private and public companies on designing and implementing nonqualified retirement plans, equity compensation plans, and executive compensation arrangements. He also counsels publicly traded companies on reporting and compliance matters involving the SEC, with a focus on proxy and disclosure issues, executive compensation, and corporate governance.
  • Views Why ERISA fiduciaries need to be concerned about cybersecurity

    Saghi (Sage) Fattahian
    Saghi (Sage) Fattahian
    Associate Morgan Lewis
    Pension plans and welfare plan all store personal data on each participant and beneficiary, ranging from social security numbers and addresses to date of birth and health information. The more immediate and available personal data becomes, the greater the risk for a potential breach or unauthorized disclosure or access, as is evident from the cyber attacks on major retail operations, health care providers and the government.