Publications

Section Newsletter Articles on Affordable Care Act

Employer reporting requirements finalized By Joy Sellstrom Employee Benefits, June 2014 A discussion of the Department of Treasury's published final rules addressing two reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act.
Extension and clarification of expatriate health plan exception under ACA By Janel Brynda Employee Benefits, June 2014 Global employers with mobile employees may be able to take advantage of the “expatriate health plan” exception to exclude certain employees for purposes of determining the “pay or play” penalty under the Affordable Care Act.
Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) applied to “elder” clients By Roza Gossage Elder Law, November 2013 Fortunately, for the Elder Law practitioner, the ACA has limited application to our elder law clients.
Affordable Care Act Primer for estate planners By Steve Buttice and Darrell Dies Trusts and Estates, October 2013 A few issues for the estate planner to keep in mind when communicating with estate planning clients.
The Affordable Care Act—Will stand-alone hospitals sink or swim? By John J. Tufano Health Care Law, March 2013 For many stand-alone hospitals, merging, partnering, or affiliating with larger hospital networks may be their only option to remain viable and achieve certain scales required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Affordable Care Act—Will stand-alone hospitals sink or swim? By John J. Tufano Business and Securities Law, January 2013 For many stand-alone hospitals, merging, partnering, or affiliating with larger hospital networks may be their only option to remain viable and achieve certain scales required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.