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For further information on the section 409A rules affecting deferred compensation, please contact any of the following Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittamn LLP lawyers, Susan P. Serota or Peter J. Hunt (both in our New York office), Kurt L. P. Lawson (Washington, D.C.), Howard L. Clemons (Northern Virginia), Cindy V. Schlaefer (Palo Alto), Christine L. Richardson (San Francisco) or Jan Harden Webster (San Diego–North County).

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The information presented is only of a general nature, intended simply as background material, omits many details and special rules and cannot be regarded as legal or tax advice.


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