Houston, Texas 77010
Cathy Currie's practice focuses on legal matters related to employee benefits and executive compensation plans and programs, including U.S. qualified retirement plans, foreign retirement plans, U.S. and foreign health and welfare plans, bonus and other incentive plans and non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements.
In addition to private practice, Cathy has more than five years of experience as in-house employee benefits counsel for a large international engineering services company where she was responsible for legal matters related to the company's employee benefits plans and human resources programs. Prior to law school, Cathy worked for more than seventeen years in employee benefits, human resources and IT-related positions for various Fortune 500 corporations.
Cathy is a contributor to Haynes and Boone's Practical Benefits Lawyer blog, which discusses issues and developments in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation.
|Areas of Practice||1) Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, 2) Counseling for Plan Fiduciaries, 3) Executive and Incentive Compensation, 4) Government Audits and Investigations, 5) Health and Welfare Plans and 6) Retirement Plan Design and Counseling|
|Law School||South Texas College of Law (J.D., 2003)|
|Education||Baylor University (B.B.A.,1983)|
|Bar Member / Association||Texas State Bar Associations|
|Most recent firm||Haynes and Boone, LLP|
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