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    Lunch Meeting: "Health Care Reform"

    Date: February 22, 2013, 11:30am – 1:30pm
    Location:
    The Downingtown Country Club
    85 Country Club Drive
    Downingtown, PA 19335
    Event Type:
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    Health Care Reform:  Preparing for the coming storm

    HRCI APPROVED FOR 1.25 GENERAL CREDITS

    What are some of the latest updates since the initial release of the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act, and how will their implementation impact on your company?

    Under PPACA, the "shared responsibility" provisions define two distinct measurements for employers.  The first addresses whether an employer is a "large" employer for the purposes of determining compliance.  The second is determining those employees of an employer that are "full-time" employees for the purposes of determining eligibility for benefits and potential penalties for not providing minimum essential coverage.  This presentation will look at both sets of rules, including, reporting requirements, calculating the number of employees employed, measuring hours using IRS Safe-Harbor guidelines, the application of the "measurement period," "administrative period," and the "stability period," potential penalties and compliance deadlines. Brief Q and A session will follow.

    Speaker: Keith R. McMurdy Fox Rothschild, LLP:  Keith's practice focuses primarily on labor and employment issues arising from the design, drafting and administration of employee benefits plans, including:

    • health
    • welfare
    • disability
    • retirement
    • pension plans

    Keith represents benefit plans, plan sponsors, plan administrators, third-party administrators, and insurers.Keith's areas of practice include plan drafting, plan amendment and litigation of ERISA claims arising from plan administration. He provides counseling to employers and plan sponsors on compliance issues for applicable federal and state regulations governing the administration of employee benefit plans.

    Keith has represented plans, fiduciaries and other interested parties in litigation in a number of jurisdictions and continues to act as litigation counsel for a varied group of clients.

    Keith lends his knowledge to the firm's Health Care Reform Working Group, which is designed to help clients sort through the myriad of issues and changes stemming from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

    This program has been submitted for HRCI credits.

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