The Entrepreneur's Guide to Equity Compensation

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The Entrepreneur's Guide to Equity Compensation is a comprehensive overview of employee ownership practices and practicalities. From examining motivations for sharing ownership to determining plan types and features, the Entrepreneur's Guide is an excellent tool for entrepreneurs, executives, advisors, investors, and anyone else wishing to learn about using equity compensation effectively.

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Ron Bernstein is Vice President of the Foundation for Enterprise Development. He has counseled hundreds of companies in all stages of development on structuring employee ownership programs. Through his leadership of the Foundation's conferences, seminars and consultations, Bernstein has gained a national reputation as an authority on employee ownership and associated human relations areas of participative management, improved workplace performance and incentive systems. As part of the Foundation's ongoing international efforts, Bernstein has played an active role in promoting employee ownership in the privatization process in Russia, Venezuela and other emerging countries. Prior to joining the Foundation, Bernstein worked for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) as Manager of SAIC's retirement programs. Bernstein holds a B.A. in accounting from Michigan State University and a Masters in taxation from Golden State University.

David Binns currently serves as Vice President of the Foundation for Enterprise Development. A published author and frequent speaker on issues related to employee ownership and enterprise development, he has consulted with a variety of companies, both domestically and internationally, on the legal, financial and human resource implications of the structure and implementation of employee ownership plans. He has also been actively involved in efforts to promote the use of employee ownership as a means to facilitate privatization, defense conversion and economic development in several foreign countries. From 1984 to 1991 Mr. Binns served as Executive Director of The ESOP Association, the national trade association representing the interests of companies with employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) and professionals providing advisory services to ESOP companies. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia.

Marshal Hyman is a Senior Tax Consultant for the Foundation in the Washington D.C. office. He has a BS from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a JD from the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the Foundation Mr. Hyman spent his career as a corporate tax advisor, including time with "Big Five" accounting firms and a multinational corporation. At DynCorp, a government contractor and information technology company, Marshal was a Vice President and Director of Taxes, and was responsible for the tax planning and compliance of the company. Marshal is a Certified Public Accountant and has been admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.

Martin Staubus is Director of Consulting for the Foundation for Enterprise Development. He has twenty years of experience in employee ownership, human resources, law and organizational development. Trained as an attorney, Mr. Staubus has experience as a practicing lawyer, consultant and corporate VP of human resources. His work includes service as an employee ownership attorney, policy advisor and speechwriter for Labor Secretary Robert Reich, legal advisor to the California State Labor Relations Board, and deputy director of the ESOP Association. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Center for Employee Ownership. Martin holds a B.A. in economics from the University of California, Berkeley, an M.B.A. in organizational development from the George Washington University, Washington DC, and a law degree from Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA.

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"...the most comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide I've read for structuring and implementing an equity compensation plan..." -- Gregory K. Ericksen, Entrepreneur of the Year/Ernst & Young, January 2002

"This timely guide is an excellent resource for any entrepreneur." -- Mario Morino, Morino Institute, January, 2002

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