HHS recently announced the 2019 Federal Poverty Level guidelines which, among other things, establish the FPL safe harbor for purposes of the ACA employer mandate.
A $7.4 million settlement has been preliminarily approved in a lawsuit alleging Dave & Buster’s violated ERISA by reducing employees’ hours with the intent to interfere with providing group medical
In a change of position, the DOJ now fully supports an earlier Texas District Court’s ruling that the entire ACA is unconstitutional. This change is notable as the case is on appeal in the 5th
A recently-released DOL letter restates the DOL's long-held position that ERISA preempts state laws that require employers to obtain written consent before withholding amounts from employees' wages
Currently, several states have implemented paid family leave laws. The budget proposal recently introduced by President Trump includes six weeks of paid federal leave for new parents, and similar
Legislation has been introduced in New Jersey that would prohibit stop loss insurance for small employers.
Reminder: all applicable large employers must furnish 2018 Forms 1095-C statements to individuals by Monday, March 4, 2019.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) has canceled the requirement for employers to submit the 2019 Annual Reporting Form for the San