Jeffrey Endick, principal at Slevin & Hart, P.C., warned employers at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans on Tuesday in Washington about how they should prepare for exchanges as an alternative to the current system.
Two businesses, a construction firm from southwestern Illinois and an auto-parts maker in southeastern Indiana, are scheduled today to ask the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago for an order barring enforcement.
A new survey shows the number of employees who check email on weekends, after 11 p.m., on vacation and more.
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The court observed that a person is a fiduciary only to the extent it exercises authority or control over plan assets in a case involving a small prosthetic limbs manufacturer and American United Life.