Aryeh Zuber is counsel in Latham & Watkins’ Tax Department.

Mr. Zuber represents public and private companies, firms, and executives in the design, negotiation, and drafting of cash and equity-based incentive compensation, employment agreements, severance, transaction, incentive, and other executive arrangements and programs in both corporate transactions and non-transactional settings.

Mr. Zuber has substantial experience in executive compensation and benefits issues arising in connection with mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, spin-offs, SPACs, and other corporate transactions. This experience includes advising buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions and debtors and creditors on employee benefits issues in lending transactions.

Mr. Zuber counsels issuers and investment banks with regard to ERISA “plan asset” issues affecting various collateralized loan obligation transactions, and counsels private funds with respect to structuring fund vehicles to address “plan assets” related issues. He also advises clients regarding fiduciary issues, plan asset and investment issues, prohibited transactions, and the IRS and DOL voluntary compliance programs.

Mr. Zuber also advises clients regarding employment matters, including wage and hour and discrimination, capitalizing on his prior employment litigation and counseling experience.

Mr. Zuber has been teaching executive compensation and benefits as an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law since 2017. He is the author of a chapter on Derivative Harassment in Workplace Harassment Law (BBNA 2018).

Not licensed to practice law in California. Bar application pending in California.

Thought Leadership

Bar Qualification

  • New York

Education

  • JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • First Rabbinic (Talmud), Yeshiva Shaar Hatorah