What You Need to Know Aboout ERISA: A Comprehensive Overview (Bloomberg BNA Conference)

10.08.15

This two-day program (Oct 8-9) is designed for practitioners of all levels who address issues related to employee benefits and executive compensation under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and the federal tax laws, including attorneys in private practice, employee-benefits consultants, compensation managers and consultants, in-house counsel, human-resources personnel and providers of services to plans. 

A group of highly respected practitioners who are leaders in the field will provide a comprehensive overview of critical ERISA topics you need to know, ranging from the rules governing tax-qualified retirement plans, to fiduciary considerations applicable to plan assets, to design and implementation of programs relating to executive compensation, to the many developments surrounding health care reform. 

Speaker: Greta Cowart, Shareholder

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