By Benjamin J. Conley, Shad C. Fagerland, and Joy Sellstrom

Seyfarth Synopsis: Within hours of his inauguration, President Trump issued an Executive Order labeled “Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal”.  As described in greater detail below, the immediate impact of this executive order is uncertain

By Sam Schwartz-Fenwick and Kylie Byron

Seyfarth Synopsis: The passage of “Bathroom” or “Religious Freedom” bills raises issues for employers operating in impacted states. Employers in these states may wish to consider taking proactive and affirmative steps in the wake of these laws.

The belief of many pundits that the issue of LGBT rights was

By Paul H. Kehoe

On January 29, 2015, the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions held a hearing on employer wellness plans. While bipartisan sentiment may be difficult to find in Washington, it is clear that both Republican and Democrat Senators view wellness plans favorably, recognize the crucial role that wellness plans

By: Paul Kehoe

As the dust settles on the 2014 midterm elections, Republicans have expanded their lead and the House of Representatives and taken control of the Senate with at least 52 and possibly 54 seats.  For employers, this could signal many positive developments in oversight, legislation, and appropriations over the coming year, but the