The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know (A Q&A Guide)
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To help employers identify the key health care reform compliance issues to address right now, and in the coming months, there is The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know, 4th Edition.
This Q&A Guide clearly, succinctly and authoritatively answers more than 500 questions that real-world professionals are asking now. The 4th Edition gives crucial answers on the latest developments employers need to understand, including the implications of the delay in the employer pay-or-play mandate. It hones in on key questions employers have about the unprecedented wave of new regulations issued over the last year. It explains the issues employers must consider when complying with the various reporting requirements and new fees created under health care reform. This unique new product also includes specific strategies health plan sponsors and service providers can use to comply with reform deadlines and coverage mandates. In particular, it spells out concrete steps employers must take to minimize both reform-related expenses and costly penalties under the health care reform law.
Thompson’s HR Compliance Expert | The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know is:
- Easy to use. Conveniently arranged by topic to help you quickly find the answers you’re looking for.
- Focused on YOUR specific needs. Answers more than 500 questions most often asked by human resources and benefit professionals.
- Written in plain English, so you won’t have to dig through thousands of pages of statutory language, regulations and agency guidance.
Paul M. Hamburger is a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of the law firm Proskauer Rose LLP. He heads the firm’s Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation and ERISA Litigation Practice Center and is co-chair of its health and welfare subgroup. Mr. Hamburger has more than 25 years of experience in advising employers and administrators, and is the author of numerous articles and publications on COBRA and other employee benefits issues affecting pension and welfare plans. Mr. Hamburger is managing author of The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know (A Q&A Guide), 4th Edition. Mr. Hamburger is also author and contributing editor of Mandated Health Benefits: The COBRA Guide, as well as co-author of the Guide to Assigning and Loaning Benefit Plan Money and the Pension Plan Fix-It Handbook, all published by Thompson. He is a 1983 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School.
James R. Napoli is a partner in the Fairfax, Va., office of Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP. He counsels employers on all aspects of their employee benefit programs and provides advice on matters affecting tax-qualified retirement plans such as: 401 (k) plans and defined benefit plans. He also advises clients on ERISA fiduciary matters and related litigation, as well as government compliance. He has an extensive level of experience and knowledge of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. He has been recognized by US Legal 500 as a leading lawyer in his field, and is a member of the Health and Welfare Task Force of the American Benefits Council and Employee Benefits Committee of the Labor Section of the American Bar Association. Mr. Napoli is senior contributing author of Thompson’s The New Health Care Reform Law: What Employers Need to Know (A Q&A Guide), 4th Edition.