WhenThursday, July 9, 2020 -
The Legislative and Regulatory Process with Benefits Legislation
July 9, 2020
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
1.5 CLE credits available for Nevada
Within recent years, significant changes to benefits and compensation legislation have occurred. Experts offer insights into the legislative and regulatory process related to such changes - discussing not only how the branches may interact during the process, but how the process may have changed over the years and in light of current events.
In 2010, the Affordable Care Act made sweeping changes. In 2017, tax reform occurred. In 2019, the SECURE Act was passed. And in 2020, the FFCRA and CARES Act (and potential additional legislation) have rendered changes to various areas in benefits. Following the legislative changes, the regulatory guidance process has in some cases progressed as it may have in the past but has also been impacted by COVID-19 events.
This webinar features speakers who were former Joint Committee on Taxation Legislation Counsel during key legislation impacting benefits and compensation, as well as a former attorney at the Treasury Department during implementation of employee benefits related legislation. They will offer insights into the legislative and regulatory process related to such changes – discussing not only how the branches may interact during the process, but how the process may have changed over the years and in light of current events.
David Cohen, Benetic, Inc., Washington, DC
Veena K. Murthy, Crowe LLP, Washington, DC
Rachel Levy, Groom Law Group, Chartered, Washington, DC
American College of Employee Benefits CounselBusiness Law SectionHealth Law SectionJoint Committee On Employee BenefitsSection of Labor and Employment LawSection of Real Property, Trust and Estate LawSection of TaxationTort Trial and Insurance Practice Section