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2016 Employee Benefits Seminars

“One Step Ahead of the Regulators: Risk Avoidance Tips for Plan Sponsors”

Sept 15 – EPNEC, St. Louis, MO
Sept 21 – DoubleTree Hotel, Springfield, MO
Sept 28 – Overland Park Convention Center, Overland Park, KS
Oct 20 – The Inverness Hotel, Denver, CO

What you can take away from the seminar:
Insights into the most recent rulings and regulations affecting employee benefit plans
Practical tips and techniques to reduce the potential for regulatory penalties and costly litigation



  • The Wacky World of Wellness Programs: How to Avoid Regulatory Landmines
  • Affordable Care Act Compliance Update: Tips for Avoiding Penalties
  • Is Your Retirement Plan at Risk? Understanding New Audit and Litigation Trends

Find the agenda and full topic descriptions here.

Registration and continental breakfast begin at 7:15 am. Sessions begin at 8:00 am and conclude at 11:20 am.

Registration is required for this invitation-only event.

If you or other benefits professionals or in-house attorneys at your organization you believe would benefit from attending, please notify Danielle Hellon at dhellon@spencerfane.com with names, job titles, and e-mail addresses so that we can e-mail a personal invitation. While we will try to accommodate as many from your organization as possible, we may find it necessary to limit the number of attendees from any one organization due to space restrictions at the venue.

Cost and Cancellation Policy:
The seminars are a complimentary benefit we provide to our clients and special friends of the firm as our way of thanking you for your business and the confidence you have placed in us. Although we do not charge for this seminar, we ask as a professional courtesy that you give us as much advance notice as possible (preferably 72 hours) if you register and are then unable to attend.

Educational and Certification Credits:
The seminars have been approved for 3.00 HRCI general credit hours and 3.00 SHRM professional development credits. Continuing legal education credit approvals are pending in Colorado, Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri.