Healthcare Reform On-Demand Webinar

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What Employers Need to Know about 2014, 2015 and Beyond
Even with the recently announced delays in the implementation of employer mandates and penalties from 2014 to 2015, there are still many other approaching changes in healthcare reform law that employers need to be aware of related to the Affordable Care Act. Complete the form to the right to view this on-demand webinar and learn:

• Information on the delayed implementation of employer mandates and penalties and what it means for your organization
• Guidance on reporting requirements
• Upcoming plan design changes related to healthcare reform
• Preparing to issue the Notice of Exchanges
• Upcoming fees and taxes that will affect plans

About the presenter
Lawrence (Larry) Grudzien, JD, LLM is an attorney practicing exclusively in the field of employee benefits. He has experience in dealing with qualified plans, health and welfare, fringe benefits and executive compensation areas. He has more than 28 years’ experience in employee benefit law. He has extensive practice advising on all aspects of employee benefit law including: drafting and reviewing individually designed and prototype retirement plans and Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs),  performing due diligence on employee benefit issues for merger, acquisition and outsourcing transactions and advising on administrative and design issues, involving qualified retirement plans, including ESOPS. Mr. Grudzien was also an adjunct faculty member of John Marshall Law School’s LL.M. program in Employee Benefits and at the Valparaiso University’s School of Law. He taught a number of courses for over five years.

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