Benefits Legislation & Regulation To Watch In 2019

By Emily Brill (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- Benefits attorneys will be waiting to see if the new year brings a solution to the multiemployer pension crisis, a substitute for the U.S. Department of Labor's controversial fiduciary rule or clarity on how a pair of regulations will impact group health offerings and employee retirement savings.

Here, Law360 breaks down four policy developments headlining what promises to be a busy year for benefits lawyers.

Paying Workers to Buy Health Insurance

Shortly before the new year arrived, the federal government collected its final comments on a proposed regulation that would allow employers to eschew offering group health plans in favor of...

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