Monday, August 21, 2017
 

PPACA's Impact on Employer-Provided Benefits

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What's the difference between "essential benefits" and "minimum value"? The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act uses similar terms for very different requirements, and it remains confusing for many people. Plan to attend this webinar on Jan. 8 and learn the differences in these terms and how they affect your company and the benefits you offer. In addition, you'll learn which requirements vary by state and which apply at the national level.  We'll also discuss the preventive care requirements, including the requirements for women's preventive care.

In this 90-minute webinar, we will help employers understand what each of these requirements are, what is needed to meet the requirements and which employers the requirements affect. You won't want to miss this informative webinar.

PRESENTERS
Lisa M. deFilippis, Of Counsel - Jackson Lewis LLP
Ms. deFilippis has practiced employee benefits law for 25 years, advising a wide range of businesses and organizations in various industries. Lisa is experienced in all aspects of employee benefits law, including both retirement, welfare benefit, and nonqualified executive compensation plan design, drafting, compliance, fiduciary compliance issues, and employee benefits aspects of acquisitions and divestitures.

Jason M. Stein, Partner - Jackson Lewis LLP
Mr. Stein represents employers and management nationwide regarding ERISA-related class action litigation and a broad range of other employment-related legal issues. His experience includes, ESOPs, prohibited transactions, trust law, fiduciary breach, ERISA ยง 510 claims, benefits disputes and other areas.


This series is brought to you by your Partner Firm of United Benefit Advisors - a unique community of more than 140 advisory firms with Partners in more than 46 states, Canada and the United Kingdom and the nation's leading independent employee benefits advisory organization - and founded in 1958, Jackson Lewis, dedicated to representing management exclusively in workplace law, is one of the fastest growing workplace law firms in the U.S., with over 700 attorneys practicing in 49 locations nationwide.

 

 

 

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