Recent Developments in Employee Benefits CLE
Recent Developments in Employee Benefits Law



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Course Description

Live Webcast – December 4, 2020

  • 11:00-12:45pm PT / 12:00-1:45pm MT / 1:00-2:45pm CT / 2:00-3:45pm ET

A review of the significant legislative, regulatory, enforcement, and case law developments in the employee benefits area. Looking ahead to 2021.

Attorney Alexander ClarkAlexander Clark
Alex Clark is a partner in the Dallas office practicing in areas of employee benefits and tax. He represents clients on a range of compensation and benefits matters, including ERISA compliance, the compensation and benefits aspects of merger and acquisition transactions, executive compensation programs, plan terminations, ERISA fiduciary duty and prohibited transaction rules, cross-border employee transfers and benefit plan controversies. Mr. Clark regularly counsels clients on tax and ERISA compliance issues and has significant experience representing clients before the Internal Revenue Service and US Department of Labor. He also advises private equity and hedge funds on compensation issues and ERISA compliance and works with financial institutions in the structuring and implementation of retirement products and services. Additionally, Mr. Clark has considerable experience in federal tax issues related to deferred compensation and tax-exempt organizations.

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  1. Affordable Care Act Litigation
  2. CARES Act Guidance
  3. Update on COBRA Litigation
  4. Private Equity Investments in Defined Contribution Plans
  5. Fiduciary Investments After Thole v. U.S. Bank N.A.
  6. New Form 1099-NEC
  7. Looking Ahead to 2021