Friday, February 8, 2013

Health Care Reform Seminar - February 12, 2013

Free Seminar - Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Are you an employer with close to 50 full-time employees?
Are you an employer with over 50 full-time employees?

The impact to your company will be determined by the number of full-time equivalent employees you have at your company. The penalties could range from $2000 to $3000 per employee under the "pay or play" mandate.

Please join us as we review the upcoming impact of health care reform on businesses.

The government has issued proposed regulations along with questions and answers regarding which employers are subject to the "pay or play" mandate. These proposed regulations and additional guidance will develop rules for who is a full-time employee. Employers will be permitted to use periods in 2013 to determine whether an employer is subject to the "pay or play" mandate. You need to know which employees will be considered full-time employees for the "pay or play" mandate.

Learn now how to comply with the guidelines so you can determine the impact of health care reform on your business in 2014 and how to address the changes with your employees.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Registration & Hot Breakfast 8:30 am - 9:00 am Program 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Seminar Location - Rivers Club
301 Grant Street | One Oxford Centre, Suite 411 | Pittsburgh, PA 15219

RSVP by Friday, February 8th
This seminar will be hosted by Joseph A. Vater, Jr. and Jason Mettley.
Joseph A. Vater, Jr., Esquire
Since 1976, Mr. Vater has been involved in Commercial and Employment Litigation. Mr. Vater's labor and employee benefits litigation has included the defense of age, race, and sex discrimination claims, as well as litigation involving claims for benefits and breaches of fiduciary duty under ERISA. He has practiced in both the state and federal courts, as well as before state and federal agencies with jurisdiction over employment law and employee benefit issues. Mr. Vater has also litigated cases before arbitrators involving withdrawal liability under the Multiemployer Pension Plan Amendments Act.
Jason Mettley, Esquire

Jason Mettley represents employee benefit plans in all matters, including plan design and drafting, fiduciary responsibility, plan governance, and contributions collections. Mr. Mettley has litigated a broad array of ERISA cases, representing both plans and individuals. He has extensive experience working with employers and labor organizations on collectively bargained plans.

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