Webinar | Is the ACA Invalid? Learn About the Recent Federal District Court Decision

Written by Julia Goebel | January 18, 2019

Recently a Federal District Court held in Texas, et al. v. United States of America, et al. that the individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional, and that the other provisions in the ACA are invalid because they are inseverable from the individual mandate.

So, what does this mean for your organization?

Watch our one-hour webinar and keep up-to-date on the recent legislative developments in the Federal ACA appeal. This webinar is important for any insurance broker, TPA, employer or adviser who wants to be prepared to understand the Court's decision to declare the ACA invalid.

The webinar was held on January 22, 2019, hosted by Larry Grudzien, ERISA Attorney and compliance expert.

Scroll down to download a copy of the slides or view a recording of the webinar.

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Legislative Update: Recent Developments in the Federal ACA Appeal

Written by Julia Goebel | January 5, 2019

Recently we wrote about the decision by U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor in which he found the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. To catch up on what this means for employers and insurance producers, as well as links to the legal decision in the federal record, review our commentary published here last month.

Now to the latest development:

While Judge O'Connor's December 14, 2018 decision is reviewed by higher courts through the appeals process, O'Connor issued a stay on his own ruling, on December 30, 2018. Read on to explore what this means to employers and covered individuals.

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