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Additional Affordable Care Act guidance clarifies exchange notices and 90-day waiting period *

- September 26 2013
Recent guidance clarifies the exchange notice requirement and the 90-day waiting period limitation under the Affordable Care Act. The U.S…

Co-authors: Amy M. Gordon, Susan M. Nash.


DOL permits plan administrators to reset annual fee disclosure deadline *

- August 15 2013
The United States Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued guidance that gives administrators of defined contribution plans a one-time opportunity…

Co-authors: Elizabeth A. Savard, Karen A. Simonsen.


DOL audit letters requesting proof of compliance with health care reform requirements *

- February 19 2013
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) audits already evaluate a company's compliance on a spectrum of laws, statutes and regulations. However, the DOL…

Co-authors: Mary K. Samsa, Susan M. Nash.


DOL revises guidance on participant fee disclosures for brokerage window investments *

- August 7 2012
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued new and welcome guidance for fiduciaries of account-based retirement plans by withdrawing its controversial guidance on fee disclosures for brokerage windows, self-directed brokerage accounts and similar arrangements (SDBAs).

Co-authors: Diane M. Morgenthaler, Elizabeth A. Savard.


Recent case highlights split of authority on whether corporate agreements can amend employee benefit plans *

- May 15 2012
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently held that a paragraph in an asset purchase agreement qualified as an amendment to an employee benefit plan, highlighting a split between circuits of the U.S. Courts of Appeal.

Co-authors: Paul J. Compernolle, Michael T. Graham.


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