Doreen Lilienfeld is global head of the Governance and Advisory group and co-head of the Healthcare group.  She focuses on a wide variety of compensation-related matters, including the design and implementation of retention and compensation plans, disclosure and regulatory compliance, and employment negotiations with senior executives.  She has advised both U.S. and non-U.S. issuers on corporate governance and regulatory requirements relating to compensation and benefits matters.  Legal directories, such as Chambers and Legal 500 US have named Ms. Lilienfeld as a leader in her field.

Doreen represents corporate and financial institution clients including ADS Waste Holdings, Inc., Altice USA, CVS Health Corporation, Dick’s Sporting Goods, IMAX Corporation, Nokia Corporation, Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, The Chefs’ Warehouse, WebMD Health Corp. and Valvoline.  She regularly advises founders, CEOs, individual executives and management teams of public companies and private enterprises on employment, severance and retention issues.

Doreen has been resident in the Frankfurt, London and Bay Area offices of Shearman & Sterling.  She is a lecturer in Executive Compensation at the Berkeley School of Law.  For the past fifteen years, Doreen has spearheaded the publication of the Shearman & Sterling LLP survey of the compensation-related corporate governance practices of the largest 100 domestic issuers.  She is an elected member of the firm’s nine member Policy Committee.

Ms. Lilienfeld is a Member of the Advisory Board of Women in Law Empowerment Forum, Secretary for the Board of Directors of Lawyers Alliance for New York and is Vice Chair of the Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Committee of the ABA Section of Real Property, Trusts and Estate Law.