Winstead Welcomes Shareholder Greta Cowart


Dallas, Jun. 18, 2013 — Law firm Winstead PC welcomes employee benefits and taxation attorney Greta E. Cowart, previously a partner for Haynes and Boone, LLP in Dallas, Texas. Cowart is a shareholder in Winstead’s taxation, employee benefits and private business practice group.

Cowart has more than 25 years of experience resolving significant employee benefit compliance issues through a variety of voluntary compliance programs. She represents clients in audit defense, including numerous U.S. Department of Labor and IRS audits, she has served as interim in-house counsel for a Fortune 250 company, and she has led teams of attorneys in developing compliance tools and materials for clients for both retirement plans and group health plans.

Cowart is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Bar Association. She is a fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel and the American College of Tax Counsel, serves on the BNA Pension and Benefits Advisory Board, and she is the past chair of the Education Committee for the SouthWest Benefits Association. Recognized as Best Lawyer in America, a Texas Super Lawyer and a Best Lawyer in Dallas, Cowart received her J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law.

Winstead PC is among the largest business law firms in Texas. Winstead attorneys and consultants serve as trusted advisors to mid-market and large businesses, providing a core range of legal services that are critical to their operation and success. Winstead currently has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and The Woodlands, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina; New Orleans, Louisiana and Washington, D.C. For detailed information about Winstead, visit

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