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Hrishi Shah is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Corporate practice group. He assists public and private companies and not-for-profits with all aspects of employee benefits and executive compensation issues.
I counsel qualified retirement and welfare plan sponsors on a wide variety of legal issues, including compliance with ERISA, the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA, tax issues, and other federal laws. I regularly assist clients with day-to-day administration issues, including benefit claims and appeals, interpretation of ambiguous plan language, and other compliance issues. I also negotiate terms of service agreements with prospective vendors and advise clients regarding risk exposure.
In addition, I advise clients on the design, implementation, and termination of executive compensation arrangements, such as nonqualified deferred compensation, equity and equity-based compensation, and incentive plans.
I also provide due diligence and other support related to benefits and executive compensation matters in mergers and acquisitions, including Code Section 280G issues and risk assessment of compliance failures.
In an increasingly competitive post-pandemic employment landscape, employers will need to be creative with their benefits offerings to recruit and retain the best talent. This can create unique compliance issues, which we can help employers navigate.
Pennsylvania State University, B.A., with distinction
University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., magna cum laude
Board Member (2017-2018), South Asian Bar Association of Chicago
The following article covers Resonetics LLC’s $900 million agreement to acquire Memry Corp. and SAES Smart Materials Inc. from NP client SAES Getters SpA. The article mentions Manchester partner and Private Equity & Family Offices team leader Phil Taub and Boston partner Amy O’Keefe, both of the Corporate group, for leading the NP team representing SAES Getters on U.S. legal matters. The team also includes Chicago partner and Global Finance co-leader Rob Drobnak; Corporate partners Alexandra Lopez-Casero and Thomas McCord from Boston, Andrew Share from Manchester, and Sean Clancy from Washington, DC; Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Mark Beaudoin from Manchester and Alison Torbitt from San Francisco; Boston Labor & Employment partner Jeff Gilbreth; Rochester Intellectual Property partner Kristen Walsh; Washington, DC Complex Disputes partner and Antitrust leader Gordon Lang; Manchester Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Mark Knights; Rochester counsel and Cybersecurity & Privacy deputy leader Jenny Holmes; Boston Corporate counsel David Crosby; Washington, DC Complex Disputes counsel Brian Whittaker; Albany Affordable Housing & Finance counsel Dana Stanton; Corporate associates Shaziah Singh from New York, Anthony Bova from Boston, Corey Habib from Manchester, and Hrishikesh Shah from Chicago; and Manchester Corporate department attorney Dave Zimmermann.
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