Overview

 

Join Mercer's June 16 Washington Update briefing on benefits and executive compensation policy.

 

Democrats’ window to push through drug pricing and healthcare reforms on party-line votes is closing fast. However, extensive bipartisan work on healthcare costs, mental health issues, telehealth, and sweeping “SECURE 2.0” retirement legislation continues and could bring changes this year. Meanwhile, the flurry of regulations and executive actions on benefits issues from the Biden administration continues, with imminent action expected on several rulemaking projects that have major implications for employers’ benefits and executive compensation programs. Hot topics include mental health parity, transparency, surprise billing, as well as environmental, social, and governance oversight and disclosure.

Finally, several cases that may affect health benefits are making their way through the courts.

Experts from Mercer’s Law & Policy Group and Executive Law & Regulatory Group will discuss these and other issues during this live webinar on June 16 from 1:00–2:30 pm ET.

 

Why attend

 

Learn about the latest federal and state policy developments affecting employee benefits and executive compensation, including compliance challenge, and upcoming actions by Congress and the Biden administration during this timely webinar. 

 

Who should attend

 

Plan sponsors and others who need information on the latest federal and state policy developments affecting employee benefits and executive compensation, including compliance challenges and upcoming action in Congress and the Biden administration.



Speakers


Dorain Smith

Dorian Z. Smith
Partner, National Practice Leader for Mercer’s Law & Policy Group


Cheryl Hughes

Rich Glass
Principal, Mercer’s Law and Policy Group


Carol Silverman

Amy Knieriem
Principal, Mercer’s Executive Law and Regulatory Group

Geoff Manville

Geoff Manville
Partner, Government Relations Leader, Mercer’s Law & Policy Group


Mathew Calloway

Margaret Berger
Partner, Mercer’s Law and Policy Group