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Employee Benefits Seminar: "Healthcare Reform: Where Do Employers Go From Here?"

August 2, 2012
Healthcare Reform After the Supreme Court Decision: Where Do Employers Go From Here?
This seminar will address the recent Supreme Court decision upholding the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act and then turn to the matter at hand: the future of employer-sponsored health plans. Discussion will center on a step by step approach to compliance, including the implications of “minimum essential coverage” versus the state exchanges, and what employers should keep in mind when deciding to “pay or play” in 2014 and beyond.

Thursday, August 2, 2012
Morning Session
7:30 AM: Registration/Breakfast
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM: Program

Lunch Session (no seating available)
11:00 AM: Registration/Lunch
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM: Program

Cox Smith Matthews Incorporated
Weston Centre, 18th Floor
112 East Pecan Street | Suite 1800
San Antonio, TX 78205
210-554-5500

Breakfast/Lunch will be provided | Complimentary parking

Who should attend this seminar?
Human Resources Professionals
Business Owners
Corporate Counsel
Managerial and Supervisory Employees

Speakers
Joshua Sutin, Employee Benefits Practice Group Leader
Bill Fisher, Shareholder

Registration
Please join us on August 2nd at our downtown office in the Weston Centre building. This seminar is expected to last two hours and is complimentary for up to two attendees per company. Registration for additional attendees is $75 each. For registration details and parking options, see the registration form link below.

Contact Janice Kotara at 210-554-5509 if you cannot access the registration form. Seating is limited, so register early. Click the link at the right for the registration form.

About the Speakers
Joshua Sutin assists clients with difficult tax and employee benefit issues facing businesses today, including employee benefit plans, tax-exempt organization issues and business tax planning. He helps clients understand common legal conundrums encountered via the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA, helping them develop practical strategies to resolve business issues.

Bill Fisher guides clients through the dynamic maze of legal issues affecting employee benefits. He also has experience drafting welfare plans, such as health plans, cafeteria plans, health flexible spending ar¬rangements and dependent care assistance programs, and advising on legal issues par¬ticular to welfare plans, including COBRA and HIPAA.