Katelyn D. Winslow counsels public and private clients on a wide range of executive compensation and employee benefits matters. Among her areas of focus are negotiating and drafting executive incentive compensation arrangements and agreements in connection with complex corporate transactions, advising clients on the day-to-day administration of qualified and non-qualified employee benefit plans, and counseling public companies on executive compensation reporting and disclosure requirements.
Katelyn has experience designing, drafting, and implementing non-qualified incentive compensation plans and agreements, including executive employment agreements, change in control, retention, and separation arrangements, equity-based compensation programs, annual and long term incentive plans, supplemental executive retirement programs, and excess benefit and deferred compensation plans.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2014, LL.M., Taxation, Specialty Certificate in Employee Benefits Law
American University, Washington College of Law, 2013, J.D.