GCs at Large Texas Companies See Slight Pay Dip

, Texas Lawyer

Nearly flat as a pancake — that's an apt way to describe 2009 compensation compared to 2008's for Texas general counsel who are among the highest-paid executives at their companies. Compensation for Charles W. Matthews (pictured), former VP and GC of Exxon Mobil Corp., totaled $9.7 million in 2008, more than the highest-compensated GC in 2009. Matthews retired from his GC position in 2010.

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