Clark Hill Member Mark Kossow Featured in Podcast “Pausing ESOP Deals - Why It's Necessary.”
Mark Kossow, Member in Clark Hill’s Princeton office, recently joined Bret Keisling of KEISOP Group for a podcast entitled, “Pausing ESOP Deals – Why It's Necessary.”
This episode in the series discusses some of the reasons why Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) transactions need to be paused during the coronavirus emergency, including working with the Department of Labor as opposed to hiding from it.
Kossow supports clients from banks and trustees to directors, shareholders and corporations on ESOP-related issues, encompassing both transactional and non-transactional matters. Kossow also represents private and public ESOP companies. His transactional background includes representing clients in leveraged and non-leveraged ESOP transactions, consisting of stock purchases, mergers, leveraged buyouts, acquisitions, and corporate reorganizations.
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