21 May DOL Audits of Health Plans
Original content from United Benefit Advisors
The Department of Labor has significantly increased its audits of group health plans. These audits now cover compliance with parts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, in addition to the many other federal laws that apply to group health plans. Now is the time for employers to be sure they understand what they will need to provide if they receive an audit letter and to take steps to fill any gaps they may have.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 – 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
During this 90 minute intermediate level webinar we will discuss what the updated DOL audit letter typically requests and provide guidance on how to respond if you receive an audit letter. We will also cover best practices for compliance and documentation to help you be as prepared as possible if an audit does occur. The presentation slides will be posted the day before the webinar.
Avery M. Chenin, Of Counsel – Jackson Lewis LLP Mr. Chenin focuses his practice on employee benefit plans, including providing advice regarding the planning, development, implementation and amendment of Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), 401(k) plans, defined benefit pension plans and 403(b) plans. He also assists companies with executive compensation, welfare plan issues and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Chenin’s practice includes representing clients with respect to IRS and Department of Labor examinations and audits, and assisting in the resolution of plan defects, including submitting plan corrections under both the IRS and Department of Labor correction programs. He also provides counsel to clients related to plan fiduciary matters.
Teresa Y. Huang, Associate – Jackson Lewis LLP Ms. Huang’s current practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions and employee benefits, including employee stock ownership plans and trusts and merger and acquisition issues involving employee benefit plans. Ms. Huang also provides litigation support and research capabilities to the firm’s litigation practice areas.