Bradley J. Horne
Brad’s practice is focused on the administration and operation of qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation plans. He ensures that plan sponsors, financial institutions, and tax-exempt organizations are in compliance with ERISA and other tax-related laws. He is also an integral part to the firm’s solutions in ERISA litigation and controversy.
Brad is a combat veteran having served four years in the United States Marine Corps just after the 9/11 attack. After his enlistment, he continued to deploy overseas in a civilian capacity for another eight years. Eventually, he decided to pursue higher education, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in English (with a Professional Writing minor), and then his Juris Doctor.
While in law school, he competed in various competitions and served as the Student President for the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. His passion for advocacy led him to participate as a Student Attorney in the Defender Aid Clinic, and numerous Public Defender offices, where he gained invaluable experience advising and counseling clients. He served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Chief Magistrate Judge Kelly H. Rankin of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming. His intellectual curiosity for tax law—and being disappointed with past employers not offering employee benefits—led him to pursue tax and employee benefits law.
After law school, Brad decided to pursue further education in employee benefits at Georgetown University Law Center where he is pursuing an LL.M. in Taxation with a certificate in Employee Benefits, part-time.
- Georgetown University Law Center (ongoing: LL.M., Taxation; Certificate in Employee Benefits Law)
- University of Wyoming College of Law (J.D.)
- University of Wyoming (B.A.)
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- “Exploring the Blurred Lines Between FMLA and ADA,” FINEOS, February 2022 (co-author).