This presentation discusses Health Care Reform.
Separation Agreements: BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO!
NLRB's Supervisor Decisions Create Numerous Issues.
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Executives should be aware of the new application of nondiscrimination rules under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, as amended (“PPACA” or “Act”)—commonly known as health care reform—that will prevent highly compensated employees from being rewarded with more favorable eligibility terms or richer benefit levels in connection with health insurance.
We all know that winning at the NLRB is hardly the end of the story
Employees, in particular executives, may be covered by a wide range of compensation arrangements. These compensation arrangements may involve, for example, tax-qualified pension and retirement plans, health and welfare plans, non-qualified deferred compensation, life insurance and stock-based compensation.
On April 18, 2012, Jonathan Cerrito, Dan Brice and Ginger LaChapelle of Blitman & King presented to the Schenectady County Dental Association on issues involving 401(k) plan administration, HIPAA and employment law.
On April 12, 2012, the IRS announced that the U.S. and Germany have agreed not to tax income or dividends from investments made by certain U.S. or German pension funds. Of particular interest to U.S. pension funds, is that favorable tax treatment will apply to dividends received from a group trust established pursuant to IRS Revenue Ruling 81-100.
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.