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Squire Patton Boggs

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Liz Pierson

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Squire Patton Boggs

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Tax Strategy & Benefits



London: Human resources

Employee share schemes

Within: Employee share schemes

Squire Patton Boggs has seen substantial growth in its employee share plans work through the recruitment of Liz Pierson from Clifford Chance LLP. The practice focuses on the international aspects of incentives work, with recent mandates including establishing a global all employee share purchase plan across 25 jurisdictions for LivaNova, acting for GB Group on the expansion of its existing international savings-related employee share plan, and advising Lifebit Biotech on its new EMI option plan. Other clients include Keywords Studios, Luceco, Low & Bonar and West Corporation. Patrick Ford is also a key name to note.

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