Marissa Holob provides advice and guidance to clients on a wide variety of matters in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation. Ms. Holob regularly represents public and private companies, as well as tax-exempt entities, in the design, implementation, administration and compliance of qualified pension plans, profit sharing plans, equity and incentive plans, nonqualified deferred compensation plans and other employee compensation arrangements. In addition, Ms. Holob works with financial services clients and plan sponsors alike, in the fiduciary responsibilities and prohibited transaction rules of ERISA. She also has significant experience advising clients, both debtors and creditors, on the employee benefits and executive compensation related issues in bankruptcies, reorganizations, and other financial restructurings. Her expertise also extends to compensation and benefits related to mergers and acquisitions and the design and implementation of compensation structures that are tailored to the needs of specific business objectives.
Ms. Holob has recently been involved in the following bankruptcy related representations: Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (ad hoc committee of convertible noteholders), Caraustar Industries (ad hoc committee of noteholders), Harry & David (ad hoc committee of noteholders), Neenah Foundry Co. (ad hoc committee of senior secured noteholders), Neff Corp. (ad hoc committee of noteholders and purchaser) and Trump Entertainment Resorts (ad hoc committee of secured noteholders).
Ms. Holob received her J.D., cum laude, from Cornell University, her B.A. from Brown University and clerked for the Honorable Donald Pogue of the United States Court of International Trade.