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By Nancy K. Campbell
Many employers were hopeful that the Code Section 4980H penalties would be repealed now that Republicans control Congress and Trump is in the White House.
By Anne Meyer
In Announcement 2017-11, the IRS relaxed standards for hardship distributions and loans from qualified retirement plans for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
By Kerry E. Parker
In the most recent updates to the AARP v. EEOC wellness case, the District Court for the District of Columbia has ordered the EEOC to review the wellness regulations related to GINA and ADA ...
By Allison B. Bans
The Department of Labor ("DOL") issued regulations that revise the ERISA claims procedure regulations for employee benefit plans that provide disability benefits (the "New Disability Claims Regulations" or "New Regulations").
By Greg Gautam
Of the 7% of Russell 3000 companies that received "against" vote recommendations from ISS on their say on pay proposals this 2017 proxy season, some of the cited reasons for the negative vote...
By Matthew Chiarello
In a series of tweets published on July 26, 2017, President Trump announced a ban on transgender service in the armed forces.
By Kerry E. Parker
With fall open enrollment fast approaching, employers may be wondering what actions to take with respect to their health plans.
By Anne Meyer
Imagine it's March 31 and you are a retirement plan administrator. You have a participant who terminated employment 15 years ago.
By Nancy K. Campbell
In my husband's case, the provider coded his procedure and the related anesthesia as being preventive care.
By Allison B. Bans
The MHPAEA and its implementing regulations also require plan administrators to provide various disclosures upon request regarding MH/SUD benefits.
By Sean Sherlock
To address the worsening drought, on April 1, 2015, Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-29-15, mandating a 25% reduction in potable urban water consumption.
By Terry Roman, Sara Agne, Anne Bishop, Paul Giancola, Kathryn Hackett King, Barry Halpern, Brett Johnson, Robert Kethcart, Eric Kintner
The legal battle over the constitutionality of the Health Care Reform Act (Act) is on its way to the U.S. Supreme Court for a final decision.