We are pleased to announce that Marie E. Casciari of DeBofsky Law will be presenting at the Practising Law Institute’s (PLI) “The Evolving Landscape of Health and Welfare Benefits and ERISA Fiduciary Rules 2023” seminar on “2023 Health and Welfare Litigation Updates.” This hybrid event will be held in Chicago on October 30, 2023, but also offers the opportunity to participate online.

This program focuses on the ever-changing landscape of health and welfare plans and ERISA compliance obligations. Attendees will be able to identify litigation and regulatory enforcement trends, evaluate risks in current plan design and practices, and learn to implement compliance “best practices” to mitigate risk.

Designed for in-house counsel, outside attorneys, and other allied professionals who advise on ERISA and health and welfare plans, this event promises valuable insights and practical advice.

Stay tuned for more details on the date and the registration process for this versatile and educational program.

Don’t miss this chance to delve deeper into the realm of ERISA and employee benefits law.

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