Paul Lindemann retired as a partner from Krieg DeVault in 2013. He was a member of the firm's Tax, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Employee Stock Ownerhip Plans, Business, and Real Estate Practice Groups. He served as past Chair of the firm's Tax Practice Group, Real Estate Practice Group, and was a former Managing Partner of the firm. His practice included federal and Indiana taxation issues for businesses and individuals and tax structuring for many different types of business acquisitions, including ESOP transactions. In addition to property taxation issues, he structured many real estate syndications. Mr. Lindemann was actively involved in drafting the S corporation ESOP legislation contained in the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 which allowed S corporations to have ESOPs as shareholders without the imposition of unrelated business income tax. He has been involved in structuring many ESOP transactions, including the first ESOP sponsored by an S corporation. Mr. Lindemann is retired from the practice of law.
Questions relating to Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation matters should be directed to Alexander L. Mounts, Chair of the firm's Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice Group.
Questions relating to Real Estate matters should be directed to Paul G. Reis, Chair of the firm's Real Estate Practice Group.
Questions relating to Tax matters should be directed to Rodney S. Retzner, Chair of the firm's Estate Planning and Personal Services Practice Group.