Publications

  • 10.17.18SEC Enforces Identity Theft Red Flags Rule for the First Time: What it Means for Texas Businesses
  • 09.24.18Case Studies for 457(f) and 409A Proposed Regulations (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with Daniel Hogans)
  • 09.24.18Retiree Medical Benefits Liabilities After the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in M&G Polymers USA, LLC. v. Tackett Regulations (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with MJ Asensio)
  • 09.24.18HIPAA’s Privacy Regulations as Finally Modified and Their Impact on Group Health Plans (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with Marcus Brown)
  • 09.24.18Post-Flores v. City of San Gabriel: What Other Benefits Should Employers Be Wary Of (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with MJ Asensio)
  • 09.24.18Worker Misclassification: The New Landscape (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with MJ Asensio)
  • 09.24.18DOL Final Disability Claim Procedure Regulations (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers)
  • 09.24.18INSIGHT: A Whole Employer Approach to the Opioid Epidemic (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with MJ Asensio)
  • 09.24.18Executive Compensation Limits for Tax-Exempts, Charities and Governmental Employers After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (ALI-CLE Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, Co-Authored with MJ Asensio)
  • 09.21.18Key Trends in Midstream Oil and Gas Deals: Parts 1 and 2, Law360

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