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ERISA Audits: What We All Knew but Forgot

Webinar: ID# 1014622
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About This Course:
Retirement, health and welfare plans are subject to a complex sets of legal requirements and oversight from the Department of Labor, Internal Revenue Service, and Department of Health and Human Services. The risk of audit, scope of the exams, and scale of potential penalties create hazards for the unprepared plan sponsor and fiduciaries.

This webinar will help plan sponsors, plan fiduciaries, administrators and company personnel responsible for benefit plans understand potential audit triggers and hot button areas, the scope of audits, what to expect in such audits, and best practices to avoid audit complications.

This webinar is critical for employers and plan fiduciaries to be prepared in the event of an audit.

Agenda

Overview of Benefit Plan Audits
  • Which Agencies Conduct Audits?
  • What Types of Plans Are Audited?
Retirement Plans
  • Surviving an IRS Exam
  • Dealing With a DOL Audit
Health and Welfare Benefit Plans
  • Increased DOL Audit Activity
  • CMS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Audits
  • A Word on IRS Audits
Best Practices - Being Prepared for an Audit
  • Plan Governance Structure
  • Administrative Procedures and Monitoring
  • Mini Review of Compliance With Plan Terms, Reporting and Disclosure Requirements
  • Maintenance of Plan Documents
About The Presenters

Erin Turley
  • Partner in K&L Gates, LLP’s Benefits, ESOPs and Executive Compensation Group and is a nationally recognized ERISA and ESOP attorney
  • ERISA practice focuses on ERISA compliance with respect to employee benefits, including qualified plans, nonqualified plans, and executive and deferred compensation and welfare benefit plans; and on regulatory compliance with the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, and PPACA
  • ESOP practice focuses on the design and implementation of ESOP transactions and providing ongoing legal counsel to ESOP owned companies
  • Active writer on ERISA and ESOP issues and speaks on ERISA and ESOPs issues, including fiduciary liability issues, across the country
  • Listed in The Best Lawyers in America, employee benefits (ERISA) law, 2008 to 2014
  • LL.M. degree, with distinction, Georgetown University Law Center; J.D. degree, magna cum laude, Texas Tech University School of Law; B.A. degree, University of Dallas
Allison T. Wilkerson
  • Senior associate in K&L Gates, LLP’s Benefits, ESOPs and Executive Compensation Group
  • ERISA practice focuses on compliance issues under ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code with respect to employee benefit, including qualified plans, nonqualified plans, and executive and deferred compensation
  • ESOP practice focuses on the design and implementation of ESOP transactions and providing ongoing legal counsel to ESOP owned companies
  • Active writer on ERISA and ESOP issues and speaks on ERISA and ESOPs issues, including fiduciary liability issues and executive compensation issues, across the country
  • Nationally recognized ESOP and ERISA attorney
  • Recognized as a Texas Rising Star by Super Lawyers, 2013
  • J.D. degree, with honors, University of Texas School of Law; B.B.A. degree, cum laude, Baylor University
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