Henry deVos Lawrie, Junior, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Employee Benefits Law, Tax Law. Member of Gardner, Carton & Douglas.
DeVos Lawrie, Junior, Henry was born on October 21, 1942 in Evanston, Illinois, United States.
Bowdoin College (Bachelor of Arts, 1964). Northwestern University (Bachelor of Laws, 1967).
Worked at Gardner, Carton & Douglas (Chicago, Illinois) specializing in Employee Benefits Law, Tax Law. Admitted to the bar, 1967, Illinois. Author: "Retiree Rule May Spur Captive Use," National Underwriter.
"Funding Retiree Welfare Benefits," Journal of Pension Planning and Compliance," Volume 18, Number. 3, Fall 1992; "The Hidden Employee Benefit Dangers in Hospital-Physician Joint Ventures," Journal of Health and Hospital Law, Volume 22, Number. 10, October, 1989; "Regulatory Structure for Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans: Shattered Dreams," The Tax Magazine, December, 1989.
"Includability of Qualified Plan Interests in Bankruptcy," Journal of Pension Planning and Compliance, Volume 15, Number.
4, Winter, 1989; "Income Taxation of Estates," Estate Administration in Illinois, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1989. Member: American Bar Association.