The Wagner Law Group Ranked Among the Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts - March 15, 2023
The Wagner Law Group Grows its Chicago Office With the Addition of Attorney Lee T. Polk
The Wagner Law Group Grows its Chicago Office With the Addition of Attorney Lee T. Polk - March 1, 2023
The Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts
The Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts - Boston Business Journal, February 24, 2023
Lawsuit Accuses Conagra of Shirking Pension Benefits
Lawsuit Accuses Conagra of Shirking Pension Benefits - Andrew Oringer, PLANSPONSOR, February 16, 2023 (PDF)
Court Rolls Back Rollover Rule in 401(k) Fiduciary FAQ Fight
Court Rolls Back Rollover Rule in 401(k) Fiduciary FAQ Fight - Thomas Clark, Jr., National Association of Plan Advisors, February 13, 2023 (PDF)
Agencies Propose Expansion of Contraceptive Care Coverage
The Department of Labor, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the IRS (the “Agencies”) have issued proposed regulations that would expand access to contraceptive care coverage. Background. Under the ACA’s preventive services requirements,...
DOL Announces Indexed Penalties for Health and Welfare Plans
The Department of Labor (“DOL”) has announced the inflation-adjusted penalties for certain health and welfare plan violations. The new amounts are effective for penalties assessed after January 15, 2023. The table below shows the previous penalty amounts and the new...
Attorney Andrew Oringer Joins The Wagner Law Group
Attorney Andrew Oringer Joins The Wagner Law Group - January 2, 2023
Federal Agencies Issue Group Health Plan Guidance
By Roberta Watson, Barry Salkin and Dannae Delano On December 23, 2022, new guidance applicable to group health plans was issued by federal agencies, as described more fully below. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued updated fee guidance in...
The Wagner Law Group Signs Letter to Congress on Crucial HSA Issue
During the pandemic, Congress allowed telehealth services to be provided to HSA-eligible individuals without cost-sharing and without regard to whether they had met their deductibles under their High Deductible Health Plans. That authorization expired December 31,...