Fiduciary Litigation Debate - Thomas Clark, Jr., DC Pension Geeks Podcast, March 20, 2023 - Click here for recording
Avoiding Nonqualified Plan Traps: Key Considerations for ERISA Counsel and Employers
Avoiding Nonqualified Plan Traps: Key Considerations for ERISA Counsel and Employers - Mark Poerio, Strafford Live CLE webinar, March 23, 2023, 1:00 - 2:30 PM (EDT) - Click here for details
The Wagner Law Group Ranked Among the Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts
The Wagner Law Group Ranked Among the Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts - March 15, 2023
After the Victory Lap: The To-Do List for Plan Sponsors on the Passing of SECURE 2.0
After the Victory Lap: The To-Do List for Plan Sponsors on the Passing of SECURE 2.0 - Lee Polk, panelist, Institutional Investor Defined Contribution Forum, Chicago, IL, April 18 - 19, 2023 - Click here for details
LinkedIn Settles 401(k) Excessive Fee Complaint for $6.75 Million
LinkedIn Settles 401(k) Excessive Fee Complaint for $6.75 Million - Andrew Oringer, PLANSPONSPR, March 15, 2023 (PDF)
IRS Issues Proposed Regulations Regarding Use of Forfeitures in Tax-Qualified Plans
By Jon Schultze and Barry Salkin Some of the IRS regulations dealing with tax-qualified plans predate ERISA and subsequent federal tax legislation, and have become outdated. However, sometimes it takes IRS a long time to update its regulations to reflect current...
Notes from ALM’s Complex Claims & Litigation Forum 2023
Notes from ALM's Complex Claims & Litigation Forum 2023 - Stephen Rosenberg, ALM Property Casualty 360, March 14, 2023 (PDF)
SECURE Act 2.0 Modification to Controlled Group and Affiliated Service Group Requirements
By Jon Schultze and Barry Salkin One of the less-discussed provisions of the recently enacted SECURE Act 2.0 makes two changes to the “family attribution” rules under Section 414 of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”). As described below, these technical rules...
Departments Issue Guidance Requiring First Annual “Gag” Attestation by December 31, 2023
By Dannae Delano, Roberta Casper Watson and Barry Salkin The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (“CAA”) is the most significant compliance challenge for employer health plan sponsors since the Affordable Care Act. Compliance is now required for its provisions...
DOL Distinguishes Between FMLA and ADA Rights With Regards to Required Overtime
The Department of Labor (“DOL”) has issued Opinion Letter FMLA 2023-1-A with regards to employees who have health conditions that prevent them from working more than 40-hours per week. DOL was asked if employees may use Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) leave to...