Grant Uhler is an associate in Mayer Brown's Chicago office and a member of the Employment & Benefits practice. He represents and advises multinational employers on a wide variety of issues involving employee benefits, executive compensation, employment law, employee and non-employee taxation and payroll compliance.
Grant’s practice includes advising clients on designing, drafting, amending, and administering tax-qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, equity-based compensation plans and agreements, nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements, offer letters, employment agreements, restrictive covenants and separation agreements. He regularly advises clients on a wide range of day-to-day matters including US federal and state taxation of executive compensation, equity-based incentives, and fringe benefit arrangements, social security requirements, payroll reporting and withholding obligations, and Internal Revenue Code Section 409A compliance, and often advises clients regarding the employment, employee benefits and executive compensation issues which arise in global and domestic corporate transactions.
Grant also has particular experience advising clients regarding various cross-border tax, payroll, compensation, and employment matters related to the assignment or transfer of employees inside and outside of the United States.
Syracuse University College of Law, JD
Syracuse University Whitman School of Management, MsF
University of Michigan, BA