Johann Lee spoke on September 23 during this seminar hosted by the Institute for Applied Management & Law, Inc. The seminar covered employee benefits issues that arise in the design and administration of employee benefit plans, the management of their assets, controversies between plan sponsors, trustees, participants and the numerous government agencies that regulate these plans. This seminar provided participants with insights into the many regulations, laws and their requirements, the governmental agencies which administer and enforce those laws, and the litigation and court opinions resulting from the enforcement efforts of these agencies, as well as private causes of action to enforce the provisions of these laws. The goal of this seminar was to improve the participant's ability to identify and limit risks to their organization in dealing with employee benefit plans and to provide "best practices" insights. This 4 1/2 day program was divided into three "blocks" of instruction: Retirement Plans (Monday-Tuesday), Special Employee Benefits Issues (Wednesday), and Welfare Benefit Plans Issues (Thursday-Friday).
September 21-25, 2009
Flamingo Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV