Margaret (Meg) R. McIntyre
Margaret (Meg) McIntyre brings her broad and comprehensive understanding of executive compensation and employee benefits to her practice at Hogan Lovells. From compensation and equity and cash incentive opportunities, to retirement and health and welfare benefits, Meg counsels executives and public and private clients across a wide array of industries about their unique needs in executive compensation and employee benefits and in related tax, securities, and corporate law issues.
Meg identifies and addresses executive compensation and employee benefits issues in mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs, initial public offerings, and other corporate transactions, including golden parachute tax issues. She regularly helps her clients in the design, drafting, and administration of a broad array of compensation-related agreements, plans, and programs. In particular, she advises on executive employment, change in control, severance, and other compensation-related plans and agreements, as well as equity-based and cash-based incentive plans and agreements.
In addition, she counsels clients on the design, drafting, and administration of tax-qualified retirement plans, non-qualified retirement plans, and health and welfare benefit plans, including matters involving plan audits and applications to the IRS and DOL.
Meg's passion for mentoring and legal scholarship led to her to become a professorial lecturer in law at The George Washington University Law School, where she currently teaches a scholarly writing course.
While in law school, Meg furthered her interest in legal scholarship by serving as a managing editor for The George Washington International Law Review. Also, while pursuing her LL.M. in taxation, she was a graduate editor for the Tax Law Review.
Areas of Focus
NextEra Energy on the US$1.5bn sale of its FiberNet business to Crown Castle.
Dell in its US$3.055bn deal to sell its global information technology services division (Dell Services) to NTT Data.
Parkway Properties in its merger with Cousins Properties and simultaneous spin-off of the combined entities' Houston-based assets into a new publicly traded REIT.
Honeywell on its US$1.5bn acquisition of Intelligrated.
American Homes 4 Rent on its US$1.5bn acquisition of American Residential Properties.
Daimler AG and a Consortium of Audi AG, BMW Group, and Daimler in their US$3.1bn (€2.8bn) acquisition of HERE, the digital mapping business held by Nokia of Finland.
Orbital Sciences Corporation in connection with its US$5bn "merger of equals" transaction with Alliant Techsystems, Inc.