Reportable Events, New Waivers and Notifications, and U.S. Department of Labor Proposed Disability Claim Regulations, et. al., ALI-CLE

12.15.15

Benefit plans are inherently complex and always evolving. On top of this, plans and their administrators face more government scrutiny and regulatory change than ever before. This program, year after year, provides even the most seasoned employee benefit lawyers with clarity and certainty on today’s key benefit plan risks and offers potential solutions that practitioners can use immediately in their daily practice.

What You Will Learn

Register now for this practical program for its spot-on analysis of legislative, regulatory, and case law developments. Our authoritative panel of nationally recognized legal professionals and federal government officials will share guidance and insights from the front lines of benefits practice on these topics and more!

  • Where is Labor's conflict of interest guidance headed?
  • Suggested changes for when determination letters dry up
  • De-risking "de-risking": picking annuity providers and paying lump sums to retirees
  • Improving audits by the auditors: managing Labor's criticisms of plan financial audits
  • Making tough fiduciary disclosures after Foot Locker
  • New insights into calculating the Cadillac Plan tax
  • Minimum essential coverage reporting due next month
  • Employer shared responsibility refinements
  • Embracing embedded maximum out of pocket limits
  • Late breaking regulatory developments

Media Contact

Stephen Hastings
Director of Communications & Media Relations  
214.745.5485
shastings@winstead.com

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