Chao v. Hall Holding Co., Inc.

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April 3, 2002
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Chao v. Hall Holding Co., Inc.
285 F.3d 415, 2002 U.S. App. LEXIS 5929
6th Circuit
United States Court of Appeals
Bruce Den Uyl (for Chao)<br>James Cunningham (for Hall)<br>Karen Brown (for Hall)


In her complaint, the Secretary alleged that various components of an employee stock ownership plan (hereinafter "ESOP") for the benefit of employees of a subsidiary of Hall Holding Company violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
Chao v. Hall Holding Co., Inc.
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