Steiker, Fischer, Edwards and Greenapple, P.C. (SFE&G), a national law firm focusing on Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), has announced that Shareholder Steven Greenapple has been appointed to take over as Chair of The ESOP Association’s Legal & Regulatory (L&R) Committee beginning on May 1, 2013.
Steve has been active in The ESOP Association for over 20 years, serving as Vice President of the NJ/NY chapter from 2008-2012 and on the L&R committee since 2003. He also presents regularly at ESOP Association and other conferences nationwide.
“It’s an honor to be appointed to lead this esteemed committee of my peers in the ESOP community,” said Steve. “The L&R committee supports the Association’s mission to educate and advocate for employee ownership by helping to develop topics for conferences, writing the ‘Legal Update’ in The ESOP Report monthly newsletter, and advising the Association’s Board of Directors and staff on public policy issues impacting employee ownership and ESOPs.”
About The ESOP Association
The ESOP Association is the national trade association for companies with employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) and the leading voice in America for employee ownership. The core cause of The ESOP Association is the belief that employee ownership will improve American competitiveness, increase productivity through greater employee participation, and strengthen our free enterprise economy.
About Steiker, Fischer, Edwards and Greenapple, P.C.
Since 1987, Steiker, Fischer, Edwards & Greenapple, P.C. (SFE&G), has provided legal advice on employee ownership matters for corporations, business owners and ESOP trustees nationwide, with a particular focus on the design, implementation and maintenance of Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) and transactions involving ESOPs. Today, SFE&G and its sister ESOP consulting firm, SES Advisors, Inc., have one of the nation’s largest core groups of ESOP attorneys, consultants and recordkeeping administrators, with offices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Massachusetts, Florida, Indiana, Virginia and Texas.