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SML Hosts ACC-Charlotte Invitation-Only Presentation Sept. 25

SML Hosts ACC-Charlotte Invitation-Only Presentation Sept. 25


September 25, 2013 - September 25, 2013

ACC-Charlotte is holding an invitation-only presentation on Wednesday, September 25 in the firm’s Greensboro office. All other offices will host a video conference. The presentation will be held from 4 – 5 p.m. and a reception will follow from 5 – 6 p.m.

Although the employment law mandate of the Affordable Care Act has been delayed until 2015, many obligations under the Act still begin January 1, 2014. This presentation will summarize and explore these obligations as applicable to In-House Counsel from the perspective of employment, health care, and benefits attorneys. Recent regulations will be discussed to provide guidance, and new uncertainties will be highlighted.
Join attorneys Justin Puleo and Jerry Oliver of Smith Moore Leatherwood and Lindsay Surratt, JD, Compliance Officer at Hill, Chesson & Woody - (Employment Benefits Services) for a complimentary presentation detailing what in-house lawyers should know about the Affordable Care Act’s implications for employers and their businesses. The presentation will include a question and answer session and group discussion.

Hosted by Smith Moore Leatherwood Offices:
Greensboro: Live Presentation - 300 N. Greene Street, Suite 1400
Charlotte: Video Conference - 101 N. Tryon St., Suite 1300
Raleigh: Video Conference - 434 Fayetteville Street, Suite 2800
Wilmington: Video Conference - 300 North 3rd Street, Suite 301


Please RSVP to Michelle LaFata at michelle.lafata@smithmoorelaw.com by
Wednesday, September 18, 2013.


Speakers
George "Jerry" J. Oliver
T (919) 755-8710
F (919) 755-8800
Associated Attorneys
Associated Industries
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