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Philly SHRM Webinar
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made important changes to several employee benefits laws and changed the rules pertaining to:
• employee & executive health insurance plans
• governmental reporting of health insurance offers
• paid leave benefits
• employee achievement awards
• transportation benefits
• moving expense reimbursement benefits
In this session, ERISA attorney Dan Kuperstein will explain how these changes directly impact Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware employers in 2019 and beyond. Attendees will take away valuable cost-reduction and liability mitigation strategies on the above and other pertinent laws and regulations.
Speaker: Dan Kuperstein
Senior Vice President of Compliance, Corporate Synergies
Daniel Kuperstein is an attorney with experience in a broad array of sophisticated employee benefits and labor and employment matters, including matters involving ERISA, the Affordable Care Act, COBRA, HIPAA and GINA compliance. His experience includes representation of both public and private companies, as well as health and pension plans. He is a respected thought leader on Healthcare Reform and has published articles on the Affordable Care Act and other laws and regulations. Prior to joining Corporate Synergies he was an Employee Benefits and Labor and Employment Associate with Fox Rothschild LLP, in Roseland, New Jersey.
Dan earned a Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra University School of Law in New York and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree (with distinction) from Indiana University in English and Jewish Studies with a Minor in Religious Studies. While at Hofstra, he was the Managing Editor of Articles for the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law