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Important New Guidance on Health Reform, Including New Claims Rules, Retirement Plan Fee Disclosures, and Other Issues

20 September 2010

Executive Compensation, Employee Benefits and Share Incentives Newsletter

This issue of the Executive Compensation, Employee Benefits and Share Incentives Newsletter discusses various developments in qualified plans, executive compensation, health & welfare plans, plan administration, and litigation including:

  • IRS Clarifies Eligibility for Pension Funding Relief
  • PBGC Proposed Regulations Create Withdrawal Liability Risk in Asset Sales
  • FASB Proposes Balance Sheet Disclosure of Multiemployer Plan Liabilities
  • Compensation Paid to Executives in Merger Not Subject to Section 162(m) Limitation
  • District Court Takes Broad View of Top-Hat Exemption
  • Departments Issue Important New Guidance on Health Reform
  • University's Tuition Reduction Arrangement Limited to Faculty and Senior Administrators Found to be Non-Discriminatory
  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Parity Regulations Going into Effect
  • Interim Final Regulations Will Require More Fee Disclosure by Investment Funds and Service-Providers
  • Seventh Circuit Applies Scrivener's Error Doctrine

Read "Important New Guidance on Health Reform, Including New Claims Rules, Retirement Plan Fee Disclosures, and Other Issues"

The team

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