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Westchester council: We'll explore effects of health care ruling on July 10
The Supreme Court’s ruling will affect businesses, so the Business Council of Westchester is holding a Rapid Response forum at Pace University on July 10 to help explain it.
Experts Michelle Capezza, a lawyer from Epstein Becker Green, and Leslie Moran of the New York Health Plan Association will explain employer responsibilities, what information they now must provide to employees and what the ramifications could be if they do not comply.
Employers will need to implement a response to the law over the next year. Our goal is to provide Business Council Members the opportunity to talk with experts who will be able to provide the guidance to properly implement the new rules. This will be uncharted territory for businesses. Our experts will provide as many answers as possible about the new law so, hopefully, the process is more clear and simple for the Westchester business community.
Seats are limited for the Rapid Response event, so register online today.
Here are the details:
Rapid Response to the Supreme Court’s Health Care Decision
Who: The Business Council of Westchester, and guest expert speakersMichelle Capezza from Epstein Becker Green and Leslie Moran from the New York Health Plan Association
When: Tuesday, July 10, 8 to 9 a.m.
Where: Pace University Pleasantville Campus Gottesman Room located in the Kessel Student Union
John Ravitz is executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Business Council of Westchester.
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