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Davis & Gilbert Labor & Employment Breakfast Seminars
May 2010

Health Care Reform Legislation: Navigating the Key Provisions

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Act) was signed into law on March 23, 2010 by President Obama. This far-reaching law overhauls our nation's health care system and provides both significant new challenges, as well as opportunities, for employers and individuals. For example, an opportunity exists for an employer providing retiree medical coverage to receive a subsidy to offset the cost of this coverage. While numerous provisions of the Act will not apply until 2014, some provisions become effective sooner and will require immediate attention.

Join us for a program that will discuss the "high impact" provisions of the Act, as amended by the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act. Among other topics, the program will cover:

  • Health care plan reforms effective January 1, 2014 and earlier
  • Is your plan grandfathered and what it means to be grandfathered
  • The new non-discrimination rules applicable to insured plans
  • New employer responsibilities: auto-enrollment, free choice vouchers, reporting and disclosure
  • The government giveth: tax credits and subsidies
  • The government taketh: income, penalty and excise taxes


Mark E. Bokert, Benefits & Compensation, Partner/Chair
Alan Hahn, Benefits & Compensation, Partner
Howard J. Rubin, Partner/Co-Chair
Gregg A. Gilman, Partner/Co-Chair

Cost: Free

Legal and HR CLE Credits: 1.5

Target Audience: Human Resource and Benefits Professionals, Senior Management and In-House Counsel

For details regarding dates and registration, please contact:

Ivoire Lloyd / illoyd@dglaw.com / 646.673.8318