MARSHALL SCOTT
Senior Counsel


Marshall is experienced in executive compensation, including compensation compliance, design and governance processes. He has worked with senior managements and compensation committees on the implementation of compensation programs, linking those programs to the company’s business and talent strategies, management accountabilities, and executive engagement.  His work has included advising on proxy advisor and shareholder engagement relative to say on pay proxy voting. Marshall has also worked with companies and executives in negotiating employment contracts, and other aspects of compensation during the course of employment.    His compensation expertise extends to larger family and other privately-owned companies.

Marshall’s professional experience includes equal time as a lawyer, practicing in a major law firm, and as a senior consultant in a major consulting firm.  This background gives him a useful perspective for understanding the compliance aspects of executive compensation, and the amount or value of compensation and the performance aspects of compensation design.

Marshall has an advance degree in child and family law and is engaged in supporting the firm’s efforts to bring legal assistance to communities needing this type of help.

Direct: 312.768.4700

PRACTICE AREA

EDUCATION

  • University of Chicago Law School, J.D.
  • Brigham Young University, B.A.

ADMISSIONS

  • Illinois

MARSHALL SCOTT
Senior Counsel


Direct: 312.768.4700

PRACTICE AREA

EDUCATION

  • University of Chicago Law School, J.D.
  • Brigham Young University, B.A.

ADMISSIONS

  • Illinois

Marshall is experienced in executive compensation, including compensation compliance, design and governance processes. He has worked with senior managements and compensation committees on the implementation of compensation programs, linking those programs to the company’s business and talent strategies, management accountabilities, and executive engagement.  His work has included advising on proxy advisor and shareholder engagement relative to say on pay proxy voting. Marshall has also worked with companies and executives in negotiating employment contracts, and other aspects of compensation during the course of employment.    His compensation expertise extends to larger family and other privately-owned companies.

Marshall’s professional experience includes equal time as a lawyer, practicing in a major law firm, and as a senior consultant in a major consulting firm.  This background gives him a useful perspective for understanding the compliance aspects of executive compensation, and the amount or value of compensation and the performance aspects of compensation design.

Marshall has an advance degree in child and family law and is engaged in supporting the firm’s efforts to bring legal assistance to communities needing this type of help.