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Trucker Huss Announces Katuri Kaye as Shareholder and Dylan Rudolph as Director in 2022

Trucker Huss, APC is pleased to announce the elevation of Katuri Kaye to Shareholder and Dylan Rudolph to Director of the firm as of January 1, 2022. Katuri and Dylan continue to provide Trucker Huss clients with high-quality work product and extraordinary service. Their in-depth knowledge translates into real-world, practical solutions for our clients.

Brad Huss, Trucker Huss co-founder, says, “Katuri and Dylan are tremendous assets to our firm, and have established excellent reputations in the areas of employee benefits and ERISA litigation. Katuri is a true leader within the firm and our community, and we are thrilled that she is joining us as Shareholder. Dylan’s personalized and collaborative approach to client service make him a perfect addition to our team of Directors.”

Katuri Kaye focuses her practice primarily on qualified retirement plans, including defined benefit and defined contribution plans, and plans of tax-exempt entities and public schools and universities. Katuri serves on the Board of Directors of the East Bay Children’s Law Offices, and she has been instrumental in giving back and impacting the community, as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and through The TKK Program, Inc., her non-profit organization aimed at serving at-risk populations. She is a member of the National Bar Association, a lifetime member of the Black Women Lawyers Association of Northern California and a Board member of the Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles.

Dylan Rudolph practices in the firm’s ERISA litigation practice group, which is ranked in the first tier nationally by the U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings. He represents plan sponsors and fiduciaries in a wide range of employee benefit cases, including complex ERISA class action lawsuits involving 401(k) and 403(b) defined contribution plans and Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOPs”); cases involving individual claims for retirement and medical benefits; and claims for withdrawal liability and delinquent contributions involving multi-employer, “Taft-Hartley” pension plans. He is admitted to practice in all of the federal district courts located in California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.