Employer-Sponsored Health Plan Federal Regulation: ACA, COBRA, ADA, GINA, CAA, MHPAEA, Reporting Requirements
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide ERISA counsel, fiduciaries, and administrators on federal regulation reporting requirements and compliance challenges. The panel will discuss critical issues plan sponsors and administrators face, the impact of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2021, new mental health parity rules, and key requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), COBRA, ADA, CARES Act, and GINA.
- CARES Act compliance for health and welfare plans
- 2021 CAA rules and compliance pitfalls to avoid
- New mental health parity rules
- ACA rules and compliance
- Other key federal regulations
- Fiduciary rules and liability
- Plan documents and reporting requirements
- Best practices for plan sponsors and administrators
The panel will review these and other essential items:
- What are the administrative challenges for health and welfare plans under the CARES Act?
- What are the key provisions of the 2021 CAA impacting health plans?
- What are the requirements under the new mental health parity rules?
- What are the administrative challenges for health and welfare plans under the ACA?
- What are the challenges for health and welfare plans under the COBRA, ADA, and GINA?
- What are the fiduciary obligations and rules for health plan sponsors and administrators?
- What are best practices to overcome legal and compliance challenges?
Timothy S. (Tim) Klimpl
Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey
Mr. Klimpl is a seasoned attorney with experience providing ERISA advice and related services to a variety of plan... | Read More
Mr. Klimpl is a seasoned attorney with experience providing ERISA advice and related services to a variety of plan sponsors and employee benefit plans, including corporate, nonprofit, multiemployer and governmental plans providing retirement, health, disability, dental and other welfare benefits. In the field of executive compensation, he has assisted both employers and employees with equity and incentive compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation, Section 409A questions, and executive employment and severance agreements. Among other industries, Mr. Klimpl has represented clients in the financial, construction, medical, fashion, real estate, and legal industries. He chairs the Fairfield County Bar Association Employment Law Committee.Close
Roberta Casper Watson
The Wagner Law Group
Ms. Watson focuses on ERISA and employee benefits. She concentrates on a wide array of areas including, pension and... | Read More
Ms. Watson focuses on ERISA and employee benefits. She concentrates on a wide array of areas including, pension and profit sharing plans, health and welfare benefit plans, including COBRA, HIPAA and the Affordable Care Act, ERISA fiduciary decision-making, Employee Stock Ownership Plans, benefits litigation backup, benefits aspects of mergers and acquisitions, employee benefits aspects of family law, labor laws affecting employee benefits, other employee benefits and deferred Compensation, and employee benefit disputes and employee benefits claims.Close
The Wagner Law Group
Ms. Delano concentrates her practice in employee benefits law, executive compensation and taxation. She counsels... | Read More
Ms. Delano concentrates her practice in employee benefits law, executive compensation and taxation. She counsels clients on all aspects of employee benefits design, implementation, termination, and compliance for retirement plans, health and welfare plans, and executive and incentive compensation arrangements. In the process, Ms. Delano focuses on comprehensive, practical and innovative employee benefits solutions for all types of employersClose