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Annual Update Part 3 - Who’s in Charge? ERISA Benefit Plan Compliance Starts with Sound Fiduciary Governance and Training

March 17, 2022 at 9:30am10:30am
Virtual

Join Verrill for its third session of the 2022 virtual Labor & Employment Annual Update Series. Verrill attorneys Samuel Baldwin and Kenneth Ginder will discuss how ERISA is imposing high standards for employers sponsoring retirement plans, health plans, and other benefits, with significant consequences for employers who fail to meet them. They will also discuss one of the most important steps an employer can take to avoid government penalties and costly litigation is to establish a solid foundation for the administration of its plans – beginning with identifying who the plan fiduciaries are and ensuring they understand their responsibilities. This presentation will provide an overview of the ERISA fiduciary rules, explore the consequences of violating those rules, and give employers a roadmap for steps they can take to improve their fiduciary governance structures.

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Presentation:

Webinars are 60 minutes each and provide 1 Maine CLE and 1 SHRM credit.

CLE Certificate

SHRM Certificate

If you can not attend this event but are interested in receiving a copy of this presentation, contact [email protected]

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