American, Ohio, Indiana, Cincinnati and Dayton Bar Associations
As a shareholder with over 25 years in employee benefits, executive compensation, employment and labor law, Brent brings significant breadth and depth of experience to help clients achieve their benefits and executive compensation goals. Brent has developed skills that include evaluating current benefit plans for improved utility as well as designing new retirement and welfare benefit plans, non-qualified retirement plans, compensation and bonus programs, and providing advice regarding compliance and administration issues. His experience also includes the development of cash and stock-based incentive programs and executive employment and severance agreements.
Prior to joining Coolidge Wall, Brent served as Senior Corporate Counsel at Cinergy Corp. in Cincinnati, where he directed the employment law section of that company’s legal department.
- Center for Chemical Addictions Treatment - Board of Trustees; Cincinnati, OH
- The Collaborative Law Center — Personnel Committee; Cincinnati, OH
- Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plans and Section 409A, Dayton Bar Association, 2005
- COBRA Update, American Payroll Association, Miami Valley Chapter, 2005-
- Employee Benefits for Not-for-Profit Organizations, Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants, 2004
- The HIPAA Privacy Rule: An Employers Perspective, Miami Valley Human Resources Association, 2004
- Current Developments in Health And Welfare Plans, Xenia Chamber of Commerce, 2003
- An Employer's Guide to the HIPAA Privacy Rule, Ohio Fire Chiefs Association, and Employee Benefits Update, 2003
- Employee Benefit Provisions of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001
- Employee Benefits Update, 2002 Employee Benefits Update, Summer Tax 2001, Ohio State Bar Association-Columbus, 2001
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