Brent Dyer, a Member at Gray Reed & McGraw, published "Fat cats make ‘pay czar’ watchdog look like puppy" in the Houston Business Journal and the Austin Business Journal. The article discusses the Obama administration's pay czar, who promised to rein in excessive salaries and bonuses of the “fat cats” on Wall Street, has not done what he has promised.
To read the Houston Business Journal article, click here.
To read the Austin Business Journal article, click here.
Brent advises employers both in day-to-day personnel matters and in matters involving state and federal administrative agencies. Brent focuses on giving advice that empowers his clients to make informed choices that are in the best interest of their business goals and minimize the risk of adverse legal consequences. Brent also handles cases involving a variety of topics, including governmental liability and immunity, complex contract disputes, real estate ownership and management, trade secrets, and commercial liability. Brent regularly handles appellate matters, either as the lead attorney on the case or as the attorney with primary briefing responsibility.