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Webinar: Employers with Health Plans Face New Fiduciary Rules

Jul 28, 2022

The Consolidated Appropriations Act introduced seismic changes in the employee-benefits world, yet few employers have heard of it or have any idea how to comply. As an employer, …

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Here are seven tips for apartment property insurance buyers wanting to regain control of their business insurance expense.

7 Ways Apartment Owners Can Lower Their Insurance Costs

Jul 23, 2022

4-minute read It’s mercenary, we know, but one person’s crisis has always been another’s opportunity. That’s certainly the case when it comes to the U.S. housing crisis. With …

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Mental health parity laws are getting renewed attention under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, or CAA.

Crackdown in the Works on Mental Health Parity Law

Jul 11, 2022

4-minute read More government audits and ramped up enforcement of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act. That’s what we can expect from the U.S. Department of …

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Active Shooter coverage may not be necessary for a business without much foot traffic. But mass shootings can happen in any workplace

Demand Rising for Active Shooter Insurance Coverage

Jul 7, 2022

3-minute read There’s hardly a need to recite the latest awful statistics about mass shootings in America to make this point: it may well be time for your …

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The Supreme Court decision on abortion raises a critical question: whether self-funded health plans are subject to state criminal laws.

Abortion Ruling Raises Questions for Employer Health Plans

Jun 29, 2022

4-minute read The U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade raises a critical question few companies may have anticipated: whether their self-funded health plans are subject …

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The new fiduciary obligations facing employers with group health plans is part of a seismic change in the employee-benefits world.

Employers Face New Fiduciary Obligations Under Health Law

Jun 27, 2022

4-minute read The new brokerage compensation transparency rules in the Consolidated Appropriations Act have gotten far less attention than they deserve. But the same can be said about …

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The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to stay clear of a debate over whether workers’ compensation insurance covers the costs of medical marijuana for injured workers.

Supreme Court Steers Clear of Medical Marijuana Reimbursement Challenges

Jun 25, 2022

3-minute read The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to stay clear of a debate over whether workers’ compensation insurance covers the costs of medical marijuana for injured workers. …

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Shoring up fleet safety, whether your operation runs 10 school buses or 1,000 18-wheelers, is paramount in light of "nuclear" verdicts.

Putting the Pedal to the Metal on Fleet Safety

Jun 15, 2022

4-minute read With both distracted driving and multimillion-dollar “nuclear” jury verdicts on the rise, no one wants to find themselves on the road without adequate commercial auto liability …

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The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) includes provisions to help business owners struggling with recruiting employees.

Buried Treasure: CAA Help in Recruiting, Retaining Employees

Jun 6, 2022

4-minute read At 5,593 pages, the Consolidated Appropriations Act is one of the longest pieces of legislation in U.S. history. Sprinkled across its many pages are several provisions …

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