KB&G's Employment Law and Executive Compensation practice, headed by Jack A. Gordon, regularly represents officers, senior executives and well-compensated personnel from a panoply of industries and disciplines, as well as several personal assistants to world-renowned musicians and government leaders. Examples of such representations include individuals joining or leaving the following companies or organizations:
Banking and Investment Banking: Including ABN-AMRO Bank N.V.; Banco Santander; Altisource Solutions (Lux); BNP Paribas; Barclays PLC; Chase Bank; Citibank; Credit Suisse First Boston; Deutsche Bank; Dresdner Bank; Goldman Sachs; HVB Tokyo Bank; JP Morgan Chase; Merrill Lynch; Morgan Stanley; Raymond James; Royal Bank of Canada; Royal Bank of Scotland; Santander/Sovereign; SBC Warburg; SBC Warburg Dillon Reed; Scotiabank; Standard Chartered Bank; TD Bank; Wachovia Bank; Wachovia/FFBIC; and Wells Fargo
Brokerages/Trading Houses/Hedge Funds: Including Abu Dhabi Investment Council; Advest, Inc.; AIG Trading Group Inc.; Asymmetric Return Capital; BlackRock; BlueCrest; BMT Commodity; Broadstreet Capital; Carret and Co.; Cantor Fitzgerald; Caspian Capital; Charles Schwab; Collins Stewart Tullett plc; Credit Agricole; D.E. Shaw & Co. L.P.; Diamondback Securities; ED&F Man; Fieldstone Private Capital; Garban Capital Market LLC; GFI (HK); GFI/BGC; Harbinger Capital; Highbridge Capital Management; KBC Financial Products; Lebenthal Funds, Inc.; Longitude, Inc.; Merrill Lynch; Natixis Inc., Nomura Securities; Oppenheimer Capital; PIMCO; Prebon Yamane; Salomon Smith Barney, Inc.; Societe Generale; Southwest Securities, Inc.; Susquehanna International Group, LLP; TMG Financial Products Inc.; and Titan Capital Group II LLC;
Retail Sales and Manufacturing: Including Agfa Corp.; American Express; Amicale Industries; Applied Carbochemicals; Bresnan International Partners; Canon USA; Coach; ConEd; Corporate Express; Covata USA; e-Media Plus Inc.; Ferragamo USA, Inc.; Fine Host Foods; Harry Winston Jewelers; IBM; Javelin Technologies Inc.; JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc.; Loro Piana & Co., Inc.; Olympus MedSave; Philip Morris USA; Powerllel Corp.; Regeneration Technologies, Inc.; Sephora USA, Inc.; Siemens AG; Sodexho Food Services; Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.; Stryker Corp.; Sultana Distribution; Takeda Pharmaceutical Co.; Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., Inc.; UniSource Worldwide, Inc.; United Envelope; Vert-x Medical Devices; and Volvo China;
Services Industries: Including Barton & Assoc. (computer consulting); B2R (real estate development); eClerx (human capital); Ernst & Young (accounting); FINRA (regulatory); Global Capital Leasing (leasing); Hearth Restaurant Group (hospitality); Hyatt Leader (placement); Madison Realty Capital (financing); The Metropolitan Club (private club); Reuters; RFC Cos. (insurance brokerage); Security Connecticut General Ins. Co. (insurance); Solutions 4 Human Capital (placement); Spherion (placement and court reporting); Tradaq (global trading network); Williams Real Estate (commercial real estate); as well as dozens of restaurants, bars, wine bars and clubs;
Not-for-Profits and Educators: Including Bloomfield College; FJC Donor Advised Funds; The Juilliard School; Lehman Manhattan Prep; Passaic Hebrew Burial Association; Rutgers University; and Women's Refugee Commission; and
Medical and Legal Professionals: Including Apogee Physicians; Avon Medical Group; Bristol Meyers Squibb; Eye Care Specialists for the Adirondacks; Eye Care Specialists; Hudson Regional Hospital; Meadowlands Hospital; Mount Sinai Medical Center; Newark Beth Israel Hospital; Mylan Pharmaceuticals; New York Downtown Hospital; Pfizer Inc.; Regeis Care Center; St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center; St. Raphael's Hospital; Weill Cornell Medical Center; O'Shea & Partners; Pomerantz Hrudek Block; and law firm partners in connection with the dissolutions of several once-prominent law firms.