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New DOL Regulations Require Changes to Plan Claims Procedures - Here's How to Comply

USA - February 15 2018 The DOL issued final regulations that changed the handling of claims and appeals of disability determinations under benefit plans governed by ERISA...

OregonSaves: New State-Run Retirement Plan Requires Employer Action Beginning November 15, 2017

USA - July 18 2017 Are you an employer with employees in Oregon? If you do not offer a retirement plan to any of your employees, read on for your obligations under a new...

Jason T. Froggatt, Jeff Belfiglio, Robin Andrews, Dipa N. Sudra, Stuart C. Harris, Amy Hwang, Christine C. Hawkins.

Update 3: First Executive Action on ACA Could Defeat Mandates

USA - January 23 2017 On Inauguration Day, President Trump signed an Executive Order to begin dismantling the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or "Obamacare." While the Order has...

Jason T. Froggatt, Jeff Belfiglio, Dipa N. Sudra, Stuart C. Harris, Amy Hwang, Christine C. Hawkins.

Update 1: ACA Reporting Deadlines Extended

USA - January 18 2017 This alert concerns the extension of the deadline for distributing and filing Forms 1094 and 1095. If you were not already aware, the IRS announced in...

Jason T. Froggatt, Jeff Belfiglio, Dipa N. Sudra, Stuart C. Harris, Amy Hwang, Christine C. Hawkins.

U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Montanile Applies Principles of Equity to Reach an Absurdly Inequitable Result Regarding ERISA Plan Reimbursement Claim

USA - January 22 2016 "A" gets hit by a drunk driver and incurs $121,044 in medical expenses. The ERISA Plan agrees to pay the expenses if "A" contractually agrees to...