Jude Anne Carluccio retired from Krieg DeVault in 2018. Ms. Carluccio regularly represented clients who are involved in buying or selling businesses and, in particular, clients who utilized ESOPs as a business succession planning tool. She was experienced in counseling all parties involved in the purchase or sale of closely-held businesses, and represented parties in ESOP transactions, including commercial lenders, institutional and individual trustees, shareholders, management, and third-party administrators. Her representation of such parties to ESOP transactions included virtually all facets of legal issues arising from the ESOP's unique shareholder status.
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