ALI CLE Webinar: What Do I Do Now? Responding to Today's Most Significant Employee Benefits Changes


1:00-2:30 Eastern

2017 brought a wave of changes in the ways we design and deliver employee compensation and benefits, some more important than others. 2018 may bring even more.

Join our expert faculty and hear concise, to-the-point summaries of the most important and immediately impactful changes in 2017 (and maybe in 2018), along with practical discussions of how to respond to them.  No time will be wasted.  No second-tier topics will be included.  This program will distill for you what to digest and implement now.


T. David Cowart, Dentons US LLP, Dallas, Texas
Greta Cowart, Winstead PC, Dallas, Texas
Andrew C. Liazos, McDermott, Will & Emery LLP, Boston
W. Waldan Lloyd, Jones & Pinegar, Salt Lake City
Howard Shapiro, Proskauer Rose LLP, New Orleans

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