FMI Briefing - Employer Issues with the Dobbs Decision

FMI Briefing - Employer Issues with the Dobbs Decision

Seminar Description: 

The Supreme Court Dobbs decision on abortion has raised many questions for employers and their ability to offer services to their employees. This briefing, conducted by the Groom Law Group, provided an overview of the Court's decision and what it means for employers and employees. Issues covered in the briefing included impacts to ERISA self-insured plans, rules around providing travel benefits, and possible state actions on access to services and employee benefits.

Brigen Winters

Principal, Chair Policy Practice

Groom Law Group

Brigen helps clients achieve compliance and obtain favorable outcomes through amendments from Congress and regulatory guidance from the IRS and Departments of Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services. He counsels clients on all aspects of tax-qualified and individual retirement plans, including plan design and administration, tax and ERISA, and pension plan funding issues.

His practice also includes the full range of laws that affect the administration of health and welfare benefit plans, cafeteria plans, health reimbursement, health savings and flexible savings accounts, retiree medical plans, private exchanges, and health funding arrangements. He works extensively on health care reform compliance, reporting, product design, and public policy matters related to the Affordable Care Act and American Health Care Act.

Kathryn Amin

Groom Law Group

Christine Pollack

Vice President, Government Relations

FMI-The Food Industry Association

Peter Matz

Director, Food & Health Policy

FMI-The Food Industry Association

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FMI Briefing - Employer Issues with the Dobbs Decision
Recorded 07/21/2022
Recorded 07/21/2022 The Supreme Court Dobbs decision on abortion has raised many questions for employers and their ability to offer services to their employees. This briefing, conducted by the Groom Law Group, provided an overview of the Court's decision and what it means for employers and employees.