Representing publicly traded corporations, Amy I. Pandit counsels clients on corporate governance; executive compensation; and in federal securities laws, stock exchange, Sarbanes–Oxley Act, and Dodd–Frank Act compliance matters. She also advises clients in diverse and complex corporate finance transactions. Amy works closely with companies’ boards of directors and executive management teams, engaging them on critical legal and compliance matters and advising on corporate governance issues most relevant to their business, shareholders, and other stakeholders.
As the regulatory environment becomes increasingly complex, Amy recommends courses of action for publicly traded companies trying to navigate these complex rules. She also designs and develops executive compensation and other incentive programs for publicly traded companies, and advises on the legal implications and potential public implications of those programs.
• Boston University School of Law, 1995, J.D., Cum Laude
• Northwestern University, 1990, B.A.
• Tufts University, 1994, M.A.L.D.
• New York