DeBofsky Law announces the participation of our founding partner, Mark DeBofsky, as a panelist at the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law Employee Benefits Committee’s 2024 Midwinter Meeting. This event is set to take place from January 31 to February 3, 2024, in San Diego, California.

Mark DeBofsky will be contributing his expertise on the ERISA Advisory Council panel, scheduled for Saturday, February 3rd. His participation underlines DeBofsky Law’s deep involvement and commitment in the fields of ERISA, disability insurance, and employee benefits law. The panel will focus on significant topics related to employee welfare and pension benefit plans, offering insights into both current trends and future directions in these areas.

The Midwinter Meeting is an essential gathering for professionals in the field of labor and employment law, providing a platform for in-depth discussions and learning opportunities. Sessions will cover a range of topics including disability benefit litigation, issues in multiemployer plans, and more.

For detailed information about the sessions and speakers, you can view and download the full program agenda here.

For additional event details and registration information, please visit the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law’s website.

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