Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers, ALI CLE


Don’t miss your opportunity to learn the latest issues facing tax-exempt and governmental employers under the Trump administration. Hear solutions and strategies from leading benefits professionals from the private, non-profit, and governmental sectors as they examine the impact of the latest legal changes to plan provisions and employer operations.

Featuring Practical Solutions to Problems under the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, Other Federal Laws, and State Law Requirements

October 5-6, 2017 | Washington, D.C.
30th Annual Advanced Course and Live Video Webcast

To learn more about this program and to register for the in-person course or webcast, click here.

Current topics to be addressed at the conference include:

  • The 403(b) plan investment litigation
  • Life without determination letters and other updates to the EPCRS program
  • Church plan litigation and its implications, including a discussion of the Supreme Court’s decision in Advocate Health Care Network v. Stapleton
  • Proposed regulations under §457(f) and re-proposed regulations on inclusion of income under §409A

“Our faculty is the top subject matter experts in the country with extensive practical experience. The panel format provides a great way to share perspectives and ideas while keeping the program lively and entertaining. The program is a must if you deal with tax-exempt employers or governmental entities with respect to their employee benefit plan issues,” said planning co-chair, Greta Cowart, Shareholder at Winstead.

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