This presentation discusses Health Care Reform.
Separation Agreements: BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO!
Blitman & King to Develop and Teach Employee Benefits Curriculum for Tech Startups at the StartFast Venture Accelerator
Jonathan Cerrito, a Partner in the Employee Benefits Department of Blitman & King, will develop and teach a curriculum on executive compensation to 10 software and internet startup companies as part of the StartFast Venture Accelerator. Jonathan will also serve as a Mentor to the startup companies that participate in the StartFast program. The 2013 StartFast program will commence on May 28, 2013 and end with Demo Day on August 22, 2013.
Join us for our 23rd Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar covering developments in Health Care Reform, Public Sector Law, Private Sector Law, Employment Law and Employee Benefits.
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The National Relations Board held, on October 4, 2012, that a New York State construction company violated labor law by unilaterally withdrawing from collective-bargaining obligations. Dan Brice, a partner with Blitman & King, successfully represented the Union in achieving all relief requested. The case involved a construction company’s attempt to evade its contractual obligations by […]
Blitman & King to Present at "Recent Developments of Critical Labor Relations Issues Before the NLRB" | Employment Law
Nathaniel Lambright, a partner in the Labor Department of Blitman & King, will present at upcoming NLRB conference on May 11, 2012 at The Hearthstone in Depew, NY. Nat will discuss recent developments at the NLRB. Other topics of interest include the duty of fair representations, relocations, closings and other entrepreneurial decisions, social media and the NLRB and the changing face of ethical obligations involving the internet and social media.
That's exactly the question that Ginger LaChapelle, an Associate in the Employee Benefits Department of Blitman & King, recently addressed in her presentation at the firm's 22nd Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar. The paper and presentation explained key health reform provisions relating to the establishment of state-run American Health Benefit Exchanges, and the law’s most controversial requirement, the “individual mandate.”
On March 26, 2012, Blitman and King LLP will sponsor its 22nd Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar. The main focus of this seminar will be on labor law related topics including concerted activity, public sector updates, private sector bargaining, construction industry developments and prevailing wage issues. The seminar will also include Employment Law and Employee Benefits Breakout Sessions. The Employee Benefits Breakout Session is aimed at union officers who also serve as Trustees of associated multiemployer pension, welfare and annuity plans. For more information on this seminar,
Daniel R. Brice and Jonathan M. Cerrito Speak Before Trade Association of Sales & Marketing Professionals
On January 19, 2011, Daniel R. Brice and Jonathan M. Cerrito presented to CNY Sales & Marketing Executives (CNYSME)—a trade association founded in 1935 and a recognized voice of the sales and marketing profession in Central New York—on various employment law and employee benefits matters.
Ginger LaChapelle Presents New DOL Fee Disclosure Rule to the Albany Chapter of the New York Employee Benefits Committee | Employment Law
Ginger LaChapelle, an Associate in the Employee Benefits Department, recently presented Reviewing the DOL's Final Rule for Fee Disclosure in Participant Directed Individual Account Plans to the Albany Chapter of the New York Employee Benefits Committee.