Marie E. Casciari, has organized and will be a speaker at the upcoming ABA JCEB ERISA Basics Virtual National Institute.

ABA JCEB ERISA Basics Virtual National Institute to Be Hosted on November 1, 3 & 7, 2022

If you are new to ERISA or practice in areas related to employee benefit plans and want to get an update, you do not want to miss this event. The program is designed for in-house and union counsel, benefits specialists, private practitioners, litigators, and consultants. The focus is on comprehensive ERISA topics.

You will have an opportunity to brush up on the basics and receive a comprehensive introduction to the complex world of ERISA and employee benefits law. You will hear from ERISA experts on a variety of timely and trending topics and cases. And, if you need CLE, you will get it!

Learn more about the ABA JCEB ERISA Basics National Institute virtual event and register by clicking below.

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