Webinar: Johnson & Johnson Fiduciary Lawsuit

 What does it mean for employers?
Webinar: Johnson & Johnson Fiduciary Lawsuit

What does it mean for Employers?

The recent news of the Johnson & Johnson lawsuit has left many employers wondering how to respond. 

In this webinar, we'll hear from Sarah Borders, co-founder of Benefits Compliance Solutions, and Beth Allen, former DOL investigator and founder of Allen Benefits Law, regarding all the important details:

  1. An overview of the lawsuit
  2. Explanation of ERISA and its implications for group health plans, and what it has to do with the lawsuit
  3. An analysis of the impact of the lawsuit on employers plan sponsors
  4. Discussion of best practices for ensuring compliance with ERISA regulations
  5. Q&A session with legal experts and industry professionals

You won't want to miss this one. Register today!

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 With interactive Q&A sessions and live polls, this is an opportunity to gain valuable insights for your organization. This webinar will be recorded and able to be viewed on the webinar archive of our website. 


Meet the Presenters

  • Sarah Borders, CEBS
  • Beth Allen, CEBS

Benefits Compliance Expert

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Sarah is an industry leader in providing guidance on legislative and regulatory topics, such as:​ ERISA, The Affordable Care Act (ACA), Section 125, COBRA, HIPAA, Medicare Secondary Payer, & Tax advantaged accounts (FSAs, HRAs, HSAs, DCFSAs).

In her previous roles as VP of Benefits Compliance with NFP and Director of Compliance with a regional benefits firm, she's served hundreds of employers' compliance needs, from identification to resolution, written dozens of articles on regulations, and frequently presents on compliance topics.

She is an active board member of the Austin Association of Health Underwriters and a member of the NAHU Legislative Council Employer Working Group.

Her designations include: an active license with the Texas Department of Insurance, CEBS (Certified Employee Benefits Specialist), Certified Health Care Reform Professional, NAHU HIPAA and ACA certification and Health Care Service Associate with AHIP.

She holds an MBA from Texas A&M Corpus Christi and a BA from the University of Incarnate Word Corpus Christi.

Employee Benefits Attorney at Allen Benefits Law

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Beth Allen has made a career of advising employers and benefits professionals on the legal obligations imposed by federal and state benefits-related laws. She has a knack for taking complicated compliance concepts and effectively explaining them to plan sponsors, HR leaders, and company executives, alike.

After law school, Beth cut her professional teeth as an investigator for the Dallas Regional Office of the DOL Employee Benefits Security Administration. As an investigator, she reviewed health and welfare and retirement plans for compliance with ERISA, and worked with employers, service providers and other regulatory agencies to bring employee benefit plans into compliance. This role spawned her love for ERISA as well as her satisfaction in equipping employers with the knowledge necessary to prudently comply with the law.

The next decade of her career involved providing benefits compliance guidance to employer plan sponsors nationwide as benefits compliance counsel at an international brokerage. In this role, she researched and summarized state and federal regulatory issues, answered thousands of benefits compliance questions, developed and updated compliance tools, contributed to compliance-centered publications, and trained benefits firm personnel and clients on benefits laws.

Beth routinely presents to industry professionals at various seminars, workshops, and conferences. Her education, regulatory background, and time spent with plan sponsors makes her uniquely suited to work with human resources and benefits professionals in a way that sets her apart from other employee benefits counsel.

Beth holds a Bachelor of Arts in government from the University of Texas at Austin and a Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. She is a member of the Dallas Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, and American Bar Association. She also holds the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) designation and serves as an online course instructor of the CEBS Directing Retirement Plans 1 (RPA1) course.

When she’s not conferring with clients on employee benefits issues, Beth is enjoying her life in Plano, TX with her husband, Glenn, and three sons (Ja’Shaun, Michael, and Isaiah).


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