Bar Admissions

North Carolina

Education

Duke University, J.D., with honors, 1999; Articles Editor, Duke Law Journal, 1997-99

Southern Methodist University, M.B.A., 1988

Anderson University, B.A., with honors, 1981

Profile

Carl Boehm practices primarily in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation. He regularly advises clients with respect to their tax-qualified retirement plans and employee welfare benefit plans. His practice encompasses the design, restructuring, communication, operation and administration of such plans. He has extensive experience analyzing and advising on employee benefit issues that arise in the context of complex mergers, acquisitions and lending transactions.

Carl also advises clients in the area of executive compensation, primarily with respect to adopting and maintaining nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements that are intended to avoid taxes imposed under Internal Revenue Code section 409A.

Prior to joining the firm, Carl spent 15 years as a business professional and business school professor. He was an auditor with Ernst & Whinney (1981-84), a financial controller in North America and Europe with Schlumberger, Ltd. (1984-92) and an assistant professor of finance at Anderson University’s Falls School of Business (1992-96).

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Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Taxation Section
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