How Proposed State Laws Could Affect Employer-Sponsored Employee Benefits
Who Should Attend
Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry owners, legal professionals, human resource professionals, principals, chief executive officers and presidents, team managers and leaders, industry professionals, and employers
States are actively legislating in several areas affecting employee benefits and employer-sponsored retirement and health insurance plans. As a result, employers and human resource professionals are being called upon to understand and navigate a patchwork of legal obligations with respect to benefits that can vary state to state. This regulatory environment is particularly challenging for employers with operations or employees in multiple states.
In this webinar, Miller & Chevalier attorneys Joanne Roskey and Dawn Murphy-Johnson will explain what has been happening at the state level in the areas of state-facilitated retirement programs, post-Dobbs abortion-services coverage, paid family medical and sick leave, and they’ll discuss the legal implications of these laws for employers and employees.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- What state legislatures are up to in the areas of state-facilitated retirement programs, access to and coverage of abortion services, and paid family medical and sick leave
- How state laws affect employee benefits and employer sponsors and administrators of employee benefit plans
- How to determine which laws apply to their business and their employee benefit offerings
Joanne Roskey, Esq.
member, Miller & Chevalier Chartered
Roskey has more than 25 years of experience representing private clients and federal agencies in a broad spectrum of litigation, advice, and administrative law matters. As part of Miller & Chevalier’s Erisa and employee benefits litigation team, Roskey focuses her practice on the fiduciary, prohibited transaction, and health plan provisions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. She advises clients on compliance issues and in government investigations and litigation across a wide range of employee benefits matters.
Dawn Murphy-Johnson, Esq.
counsel, Miller & Chevalier Chartered
Murphy-Johnson litigates complex legal issues arising under federal law, with a focus on the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, other federal employee benefits statutes such as the Federal Employees Health Benefits Act and the Affordable Care Act, and regulatory matters relating to health and pension benefits. She regularly defends companies and plans in disputes concerning a broad range of Erisa matters, with a particular emphasis on fiduciary duties, benefits denials, and the applicability of Erisa to compensatory arrangements.
This webinar qualifies for 1.0 hour of CE toward maintaining your ASA credential.