Walter Haverfield Attorney

Tim Jochim

  • Partner

Overview

Tim Jochim is a national authority on business succession and ESOPs and a trusted advisor to clients in succession planning, business transactions, legacy planning and corporate governance. He also has expertise in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, employee benefits and corporate tax. He is a frequent speaker to business and trade organizations on business succession, ESOPs and corporate governance. As to the latter, Tim’s expertise and judgment are frequently requested in the capacity of an outside or independent Director for ESOP companies.

Tim is a former adjunct professor of corporate finance at Capital University School of Law and of business policy at The Ohio State University. Tim is a member of the Legislative and Regulatory Committee of the ESOP Association and is co-founder of the Ohio/Kentucky Chapter of the Association. He is also a member of the Association for Corporate Growth and the National Center for Employee Ownership. Tim is also known as the “Godfather” of ESOPs in Ohio.

Tim is a graduate of the University of North Dakota (B.A., M.A.,) and the University of Akron School of Law (J.D.). He is admitted to the Bar of Ohio and of the United States Supreme Court.

Tim is recognized as an authority on ERISA and ESOP law and its application to closely held businesses by Chambers & Partners USA (band 2) and has earned a rating of AV Preeminent from Martindale-Hubbell. He has also been inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel.

Experience

Recognition

  • Recognized by Chambers & Partners USA (band 2) as an authority on ERISA and ESOP law and its application to closely held businesses
  • Earned a rating of AV Preeminent from Martindale-Hubbell
  • Fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel

Articles

Presentations

Associations

  • Legislative and Regulatory Committee of the ESOP Association
  • Ohio/Kentucky Chapter of the ESOP Association (co-founder)
  • Association for Corporate Growth
  • National Center for Employee Ownership

Podcasts

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