Center for Labor and Employment Law

New Initiatives in Regulating Executive Compensation

A Panel Discussion

Barbara W. Bishop

— consultant; former Senior Managing Director, Bear Stearns

Michael Delikat

— chair, Orrick global employment group

Jeffrey N. Gordon

— corporations and securities specialist at Columbia Law

Wayne Outten

— leading counsel for executives; founding partner of Outten & Golden


Moderated by

Prof. Samuel Estreicher

— director, Center for Labor and Employment Law, NYU Law

1.5 Hours of CLE Credit is available for this program.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009
6:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Vanderbilt Hall, Room 206

A reception follows the discussion.

RSVP by October 12 to labor.center@nyu.edu.


The Center for Labor and Employment Law presents a panel discussion, “New Initiatives in Regulating Executive Compensation,” in Room 206, Vanderbilt Hall, on Wednesday, October 14, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.  Panelists will be Barbara W. Bishop (consultant and former Senior Managing Director of Bear Stearns), Michael Delikat (chair, Orrick Global Employment Law Group), Prof. Jeffrey N. Gordon (corporations and securities specialist at Columbia Law School), and Wayne Outten (leading counsel for executives and founding partner of Outten & Golden).  The program will be moderated by Prof. Samuel Estreicher, director of the Center for Labor and Employment Law.