ACA Decision Should Not Delay Employer Prep for 2014, as appeared in Employment Law360April 9, 2012
Jay P. Krupin, Chair the firm's National Labor Steering Committee, in the Washington, DC, office, and Adam Solander, an Associate in the firm's Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the Washington, DC, office, cowrote an article titled "ACA Decision Should Not Delay Employer Prep for 2014," for Employment Law360.
Following is an excerpt:
Since oral arguments ended at the U.S. Supreme Court, the media has been held captive by the predictions of attorneys and pundits as to the outcome. What most of these predictions have failed to capture, however, is that from an employer perspective, the Supreme Court's decision is unlikely to have any significant impact on the applicability of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA"). As a result, the court's decision should not affect an employer's preparation moving forward.
Reprinted with permission from Portfolio Media Inc.