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Aaron Pryor - Acclaro Valuation Advisors

Litigation Support in Omaha, NE

Aaron Pryor has provided valuation and consulting services since 2005. He provides valuations for employee stock ownership plans and helps ESOP companies with transactional issues. Mr. Pryor maintains the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) creden...
Gregory Brown - Holland & Knight LLP

Litigation Support in Chicago, IL

Gregory Brown is a partner in Holland & Knight's Chicago office. Greg Brown is a nationally known legal expert in employee stock ownership plans (ESOP), the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) fiduciary or trustee matters, tax-qualified retirement plans, executive compensat...
Bryan Browning - Valuation Research Corporation

Litigation Support in Milwaukee, WI

Timothy Stewart - DeWitt Ross Stevens

Litigation Support in Brookfield, WI

Tim Stewart works with companies of all sizes, in several industries including manufacturing, distribution and transportation, with multiple clients in the professional employer organization (PEO) industry. A sample of the clients Tim Stewart currently represents includes: ABC Supply, Inc., We...
Howard Kaplan - Kaplan Fiduciary

Litigation Support in Atlanta, GA

Howard Kaplan leads ...
Chris E. Best - Acclaro Valuation Advisors

Litigation Support in Kissimmee, FL

Chris Best has provided business valuation services to privately held businesses since 1987. He is a leading authority on the valuation of businesses that sponsor employee stock ownership plans and the review of ESOP valuation reports for credibility and compliance with standards. M...
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Find The Best ESOP Legal Advice And Litigation Support

Setting up an ESOP presents unique challenges in terms of regulatory compliance and legal liability. Employee stock ownership plans are regulated by complex federal laws, most notably ERISA. In addition to this, given that an ESOP is considered a type of benefit, it also exposes individuals who are trustees, directors, or fiduciaries to fiduciary liability in cases where their decisions impact the beneficiaries negatively, in the eyes of the Department of Labor.

Getting comprehensive legal advice is essential to understanding the risks of litigation that come with planning or administering an ESOP. An expert in the legal, accounting or valuation aspects of ESOPs can help avoid the most common pitfalls and limit your company's exposure to damaging litigation; if the worst happens and you do get sued, an ESOP litigation support expert can help you mitigate the risk to your company's finances. With litigation support from our listed ESOP law experts, you will be in good hands both in the courtroom and in the boardroom.