Audio Webcast - Surfing the Web of Nasty Health and Welfare Tripwires in Mergers and Acquisitions

Presented by The American Law Institute



Greta Cowart, Winstead PC
Randall Fickel, J.C. Penney Company
David Cowart, Dentons LLP

Thursday August 28, 2014 1:00 - 2:00 pm (EST)

Why You Should Attend:
This program provides an overview of the liabilities in corporate transactions that come from health and welfare plans and the implications of such transactions on compliance with ACA, COBRA and employer shared responsibility penalty tax and reporting requirements. It will address the ACA implications a corporate merger may have on retiree medical plans, a plan’s exemption under HIPAA and the ACA, including HIPAA privacy considerations. Our expert faculty will consider strategies for dealing with the taxes, liabilities as well as the legislation and court decisions that will have a significant impact on the liabilities generated by these plans

Who Should Attend:

This continuing legal education program from American Law Institute CLE will benefit new and transitioning employee benefit, corporate, business and general practice attorneys; as well as HR, tax, and plan personnel.

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