The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is one of the most significant pieces of legislation in decades and impacts both businesses and individuals. Employers must determine if they are covered by the ACA and take proactive steps to comply with its extensive mandates. This FREE webinar, presented by James P. Anelli, Esq. and Neil H. Ekblom, Esq. of LeClairRyan, is designed to help you better understand what is coming and what options exist for your employer.
It is important that employers be well-versed on health care reform legislation. In order to understand the potential penalties that may be assessed if employees go obtain coverage through a health insurance exchange HR needs to be diligent from the onset.
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Mr. Anelli has for more than twenty years focused his practice on the representation of management in employment discrimination and labor litigation, including representing management in grievances, arbitrations and unfair labor practices.
Mr. Anelli regularly provides counsel to corporate clients regarding compliance with state and federal employment requirements and designing effective personnel policies, and the development, design and implementation of employee benefit programs. He also regularly provides employment and labor consultation to BioPharma companies and represents them in a wide range of employment litigation.
Mr. Anelli defends plans and employers in ERISA litigation as well. Mr. Anelli represents employers in employment and whistleblower litigation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He has written on numerous topics within the labor and employment area, including e-discovery issues.
Mr. Neil Harkin Ekblom is an "AV" rated healthcare litigation attorney. He provides solutions to a variety of business and healthcare entities, including hospitals and physician practices, in transactional, regulatory and litigation matters.
Mr. Ekblom assists hospital in-house counsel and management by drafting legally compliant documents in a variety of healthcare related transactions. An accomplished trial lawyer, he litigates to enforce contracts in state and federal courts and arbitrations.
Mr. Ekblom has lectured to healthcare-related businesses and insurance companies on litigation avoidance and risk management. He has spoken on federal and state fraud and abuse laws as well as employer responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act.