08/08/2019

Holland & Hart Launches Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Blog

The Benefits Dial offers news and insights on employee benefits trends and regulatory updates

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce the launch of its newest blog, focused on employee benefits and executive compensation legal news. The Benefits Dial is a go-to resource for human resource professionals, in-house counsel, and C-suite executives regarding current trends, pending legislation, regulatory developments, and practical tips about common situations that arise in employee benefits and executive compensation.

Authored by members of the firm’s Benefits Law Group, the Benefits Dial offers blog visitors access to the deep knowledge and broad experience of professionals who practice across the United States.

“We are excited to provide our blog visitors access to concise updates from our authors who have a pulse on both regional and national developments within the employee benefits space,” said Rebecca Hudson, Benefits Law Group team leader. “Our goal is to provide our clients and visitors with timely and reliable information so that they can make informed decisions regarding their employee benefits offerings.”

The members of the Benefits Law Group deliver innovative and practical solutions to clients to help them design and maintain customized retirement plans, health and welfare benefit plans, non-qualified deferred compensation plans, and other forms of equity and non-equity incentive plans. The team helps employers educate their ERISA fiduciaries, navigate benefits changes, and draft benefits-related resolutions and legal documents.

To subscribe to the blog visit: www.employeebenefitslawblog.com.

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