Mary E. Alcock’s practice focuses on employee benefits and executive compensation matters, including design and regulatory compliance.

She regularly advises clients on corporate governance issues and on disclosure issues relating to compensation matters. Mary also counsels financial institutions on the issues arising under pension and tax laws with respect to their many and varied interactions with pension funds.

Mary joined the firm in 1993 and became counsel in 2002.


  • “DOL Fiduciary Rules Will Negatively Affect Private Funds,” Law360, May 20, 2015 (co-author). 
  • “Not Just Financial Reform: Dodd-Frank’s Executive Compensation & Governance Requirements,” The Corporate Governance Advisor,  Aspen, September/October 2010.