Upcoming Affordable Care Act Webinar Presentations

On Tuesday, February 12, 2013, and Tuesday, February 19, 2013, Steve Brunn will present “Understanding New Employer Obligations Under the Affordable Care Act” via webinar.

Heath care reform under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) is nothing new to employers, but 2013 could be the busiest year yet. The stakes are high, with potential penalties of $2,000 to $3,000 per employee for employers that do not offer health coverage or offer coverage that is too expensive or does not provide minimum value. These timely webinars will offer insight and practical suggestions to minimize your health insurance costs while keeping you in compliance with the new regulations.

February 12th Webinar:  The February 12 webinar will be at 9:00 am CST and is being presented through Minnesota CLE (the continuing legal education affiliate of the Minnesota State Bar Association), as part of its webinar series for the newly issued Deskbook titled “Representing the Ongoing Business.”  This webinar will be more focused on what lawyers and other advisors need to know to advise their clients.  If you would like information about viewing this webinar or would like to register for it, click here.

February 19th Webinar:  The February 19 webinar will be at noon CST and is being presented as a complimentary service to Briggs and Morgan clients and friends.  Anyone who is interested may register.  This webinar will be more focused on what plan sponsors need to know as they prepare for new obligations under the Affordable Care Act.  If you would like information about viewing this webinar or would like to register for it, click here.

About Steve Brunn

Steve Brunn is an attorney in the Employment, Benefits, and Labor section at Briggs and Morgan, P.A. Steve primarily advises employers on employee benefit and compensation matters. For Steve’s full bio, click here.

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