Brett Good


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Brett Good provides advice to companies on federal tax and employee benefit matters, including equity incentive plans, executive compensation arrangements, qualified retirement plans, and health and welfare plans.

Brett’s practice includes:

  • Advising companies on tax and securities law issues in connection with equity incentive arrangements (including stock options, restricted stock, RSUs, performance awards, and profits interests) throughout the corporate life cycle.
  • Representation of companies on the design, drafting and ongoing compliance issues applicable to qualified, non-qualified, and health and welfare plans.
  • Advising clients on compensation and employee benefit issues that arise in connection with mergers and acquisitions, financings, and other corporate transactions.
  • Assisting public companies in implementing compensation arrangements in light of institutional shareholder and proxy advisory policies and SEC disclosure rules.
  • Advising on deferred compensation arrangements and issues under Section 409A and the deduction limitation rules under Section 162(m).
  • Representation of employers, management teams, and executives in connection with offer letters, employment agreements, severance arrangements, and change in control agreements.

Prior to rejoining Bass, Berry & Sims, Brett was an associate with Goodwin Procter LLP in Silicon Valley.


American Health Law Association (AHLA)

National Association of Stock Plan Professionals (NASPP)