Dickinson Wright Attorneys to Answer Employers Questions on Upcoming ACA Shared Responsibility Rules during Sunrise Seminar

March 17, 2014
As the federal government continues to roll out regulations for the Affordable Care Act, employers continue to have questions about how it will impact their business. The IRS recently released its final shared responsibility (employer coverage mandate) regulations under health care reform. Join Dickinson Wright’s employee benefits attorneys for an informative Sunrise Seminar titled “The Affordable Care Act – Preparing for the Employer Health Coverage Shared Responsibility Rules for 2015 and 2016” on Wednesday, March 26, 2014.

At this seminar, attorneys will discuss key aspects of the final rules and the business planning opportunities they provide employers prior to 2015. Participants will learn how to determine if your business is a large employer; compliance planning for non-regular employees; how to take advantage of the transition rules that apply to mid-size employers; new IRS reporting requirements; and much more.

Dickinson Wright Attorneys Cynthia Moore, Deborah Grace, Jordan Schreier, and Roberta Granadier will lead this breakfast seminar. Below are the event details.

Dickinson Wright Sunrise Seminar: “The Affordable Care Act – Preparing for the Employer Health Coverage Shared Responsibility Rules for 2015 and 2016”

Date: Wednesday, March 26th
Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Location: Automation Alley
2675 Bellingham Drive
Troy, MI 48083

For more information, please contact Mellissa Boyd at 313-223-3125 or mboyd@dickinsonwright.com

Sunrise Seminar Speakers

Cynthia A. Moore is a member of Dickinson Wright and is the Practice Department Manager of the Firm’s Domestic Relations, Employee Benefits, Estate Planning, Gaming and Immigration practice areas. Ms. Moore’s areas of practice expertise include employee benefits, executive compensation and taxation.

Deborah L. Grace is a member of Dickinson Wright. Ms. Grace’s areas of practice expertise include retirement plans, welfare benefit plans, employee benefits in mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, nonprofit organizations, and taxation.

Jordan Schreier is a member of Dickinson Wright and represents employers in all areas of employee benefits including health and welfare plans, cafeteria plans, qualified retirement plans, executive compensation, and fiduciary compliance best practices.

Roberta Granadier practices ERISA law with Dickinson Wright. Her practice includes retirement and compensation planning, and consulting, design and compliance initiatives for qualified and nonqualified plans, health plans, stock option and equity-based programs.