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Employee benefits alert: health FSAs permitted to allow $500 annual carry over and 2014 benefit plan limits issued *

USA - November 4 2013
The longstanding use-it-or-lose-it rule applicable to health flexible spending accounts (FSAs) prohibited participants from carrying over a balance…

Co-authors: Kelly Starr, Phil Mowery.


HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule *

USA - September 30 2013
As of September 23, 2013, Covered Entities and Business Associates are expected to be in compliance with the Omnibus Final Rule that amended the…

Co-authors: Christopher T. Collins, Erin K. L. Norby, Caitlin C. Podbielski, Paul Coyle, Michael A. Chabraja.


More of the same: what to expect from OSHA in 2013 (and beyond) *

USA - March 1 2013
Continuing the trend observed during President Obama's first term, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will likely continue its…

Co-authors: Aaron R. Gelb, Jonathan A. Wexler, Sadina Montani .


HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule: highlights for business associates *

USA - February 22 2013
The omnibus final rule, published on January 25, 2013, finalizes changes to the privacy, security and enforcement rules promulgated under the Health…

Co-authors: Christopher T. Collins, Erin K. L. Norby, Caitlin C. Podbielski, Paul Coyle, Michael A. Chabraja.


Making the grade: employers face increased scrutiny of pre-employment testing programs *

USA - April 24 2012
Employers frustrated with the poor training or skill level of new employees, employee turnover and the increased number and cost of workers’ compensation claims may turn toward pre-employment tests to assess a potential employee before hiring the individual.

Co-authors: Thomas G. Abram, Patrick W. Spangler.


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