Tampa, FL :: October 3–4, 2017 (preconference on October 2)

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ESOP Basics: What You Need to Communicate to Owners
(Concurrent Sessions 2)

Tuesday, October 3 :: 10:25–11:10
What do you have to tell employees—and what should you tell them?


Leah Morgan Singleton

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Hall Benefits Law

Leah is the director of legal operations at Hall Benefits Law, a boutique law firm specializing in employee benefits and executive compensation. She has practiced in employee benefits for over 15 years and uses a practical and business-focused approach to advise her clients on complex employee benefits matters, drawing on prior experience as a compliance consultant at a large human resources consulting firm and as a former small business owner herself. Leah focuses her practice on advising corporate, not-for-profit, governmental and individual clients in all matters relating to employee benefit plans and executive compensation at every phase, from plan design and implementation to plan termination, including ongoing compliance with applicable laws such as ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code. Leah has assisted clients in implementing ESOPs as part of succession planning, and Leah regularly advises companies in purchasing the stock of a target company owned by an ESOP.
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