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Sarah Gadd

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Sarah Gadd, counsel in Latham & Watkins' London office, is part of the Benefits, Compensation & Employment (BCE) Practice. She advises a wide range of clients on all aspects of employment law, human resource (HR) issues, benefits and incentives, including share based incentives. Her practice focuses on employment and share-based incentives law and the HR and benefits aspects of corporate deals, particularly deals with an international reach. Ms. Gadd has also acted for the client and the supplier on a number of outsourcing matters. Ms. Gadd advises on matters including recruitment and severance, downsizing, transfers of undertakings, employee consultation, day to day employment law issues, benefits and incentives. She also advises extensively on stock options and other forms of share based compensation.

London: Human resources

Employee share schemes

Within: Employee share schemes

At Latham & Watkins, practice head Stephen Brown handles national and international executive incentive matters including the share aspects of corporate transactions, the impact of management changes on schemes and stock-based incentives work. Other key individuals include counsel Sarah Gadd and associate Kendall Burnett.

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