Aimee Soodan is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Employment & Compensation Practice and has over 20 years of experience in all areas of compensation and benefits with a concentration in US and international equity and executive compensation. Aimee heads the Chicago Office's Global Equity Services practice, which assists multinational organizations with the global extension of their employee equity compensation programs, including the design, implementation, administration and ongoing tax and regulatory compliance of such programs. Aimee also designs, drafts and conducts US and international legal reviews of long-term incentive and employee stock purchase programs, nonqualified deferred compensation programs, equity reimbursement agreements and change in control agreements. She is also well-versed in international executive mobility, particularly in the taxation of equity compensation payable to globally mobile employees.
Aimee serves on the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals’ Executive Advisory Committee and the Global Equity Organizations' Partner Alliance Council. She is the Director of the Global Equity Organization's US Midwest Chapter and is an adjunct professor at the Center for Tax Law & Employee Benefits at the UIC John Marshall Law School in Chicago.