“Disaster Planning for Employee Benefits” published in the October 2018 issue of Benefits Magazine.
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Complex real estate transactions gone awry can produce lengthy litigation. Even low value, frivolous situations can quickly become protracted litigation with large dollars being spent on what seems like endless defense.
Privately held real estate companies often have structures that don’t fit the traditional corporate mold. Understand professional liability in the world of real estate and hospitality.
The U.S. and Canada Make a Deal, U.S. Employment Market Update, Global Interest Rates on the Rise.
This issue provides details on: HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Nonprofit Employer-Sponsored Health Plans: Resourceful Governance; Leveraging board talent; & Keeping a Strategic Focus on Attracting and Retaining Employees.
A few years ago, merger objection suits were the subject of highly charged press. In some cases, merger objection suits resulted in large sums changing hands, a fact not often found in articles about this subject. No matter what the outcome, however, the “wave” of merger objection suits rarely derailed the transaction.
Final regulations on MHPAEA were issued in late 2013. In 2016 Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act requiring regulators to provide additional guidance. In April 2018 regulators issued clarification of existing guidance and additional guidance. Our 45-minute recorded webinar which reviews MHPAEA requirements and guidance covers: Background, Aggregate Lifetime & Annual Dollar Limits, Financial & Quantitative Limitations, Nonquantitative Treatment Limitations, Miscellaneous Issues.
In 2017, the Transportation Security Administration issued a six-page advisory document to truck and bus companies to be cautious of potential terrorists. Shortly after, New York City announced spend to install 1,500 cement protective barriers around the city to protect public ways. Other cities are utilizing recessed trenches and creating more public space to put distance between attractions and thoroughfares.
The only way to prevent these very dangerous and expensive crashes is to maintain proper following distance and to control your speed so that no matter what happens in front of you; YOU can avoid a collision. To learn more download this month's newsletter.
In early August, separate lawsuits were filed against seven universities seeking damages for breach of fiduciary duties related to each one’s defined contribution retirement plans. What should organizations consider when it comes to their own 403(b) plans? Updated October 1, 2018