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Employee Benefits Newsletter – Spring 2017

By Joy M. Napier-Joyce, Charles F. Seemann III, Joshua Rafsky and Kellie M. Thomas
  • May 4, 2017

In this issue:

Data Security Safeguards. When ERISA was enacted in 1974, it was not known the extent to which technology would allow us to maintain and transmit employee benefit plan data electronically. Learn how today’s technology and the changing data privacy rules affect employee benefit plans and data security.

What is (and is Not) Going on with Health Care Reform? A review of the current status of the Affordable Care Act.

Recent Developments. Recent developments in benefits-related law that you need to be aware of.

Featured Lawyer: Brian Johnston, Principal in our Kansas City and Overland Park offices.

Media. See which outlets Jackson Lewis’ employee benefits attorneys have recently appeared in.

Upcoming Seminars. Join us for a benefits seminar near you!

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