Nicole D. Stanger

Nicole Stanger practices primarily in the areas of deferred compensation and employee benefits. She has experience in designing and drafting qualified retirement and savings plans, welfare benefit plans, and a variety of nonqualified compensation arrangements, including omnibus equity incentive plans, long-term performance plans, and deferred compensation plans, as well as in advising clients with the administration and compliance of such plans under the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA. In addition, she regularly advises clients regarding the golden parachute payment tax implications of executive compensation arrangements, including the preparation of quantitative analyses involving the calculation and payment of such tax.

Prior to joining the Firm, Nicole practiced in Pennsylvania as a licensed certified public accountant during which time she handled a wide range of financial reporting and federal and state income tax matters, including advising clients during audits conducted by the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing authorities. [1]