Executive bonuses might be stirring public outrage these days, but they're still alive and well in corporate America -- and triggering a variety of litigation. The lawsuits range from corporate officers who allege their companies reneged on bonuses to officers who believe they were fired for protesting them. Meanwhile, attorneys around the country are busy helping corporations revise their bonus plans in the wake of the AIG bailout controversy.
Executive Bonuses Triggering Lawsuits Nationwide
The National Law Journal
April 6, 2009