Our attorneys have always made educating others a priority. Routinely throughout the year, Darcy Hitesman and Scott Wold can be found speaking at events or writing articles about the latest in employee benefits law, regulations, and compliance.
Our attorneys have worked with the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Labor, and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Hitesman & Wold also has a solid affiliation with the Employee Benefits Institute of America, Inc. (EBIA), the American Bar Association, the Minnesota State Bar Association, the Hennepin County Bar Association, the Minnesota Association of Townships, and the League of Minnesota Cities and Minnesota Counties Insurance Trust.
Employee benefits law is detailed and complex. Our clients, including state and local governmental entities, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, publicly and privately held businesses, insurers, third party administrators and other plan service providers, depend on our ability to clarify the issues, impact, process and solutions regarding the most recent trends and regulations with which they are faced today.
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In order to clarify the issues, impact, process and solutions regarding the most recent employee benefits trends and regulations facing employers and insurers today, Hitesman & Wold will start at square one. Our attorneys maintain affiliations with the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Labor, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board, and various other regulatory agencies.
As a leader in employee benefits law, Darcy Hitesman founded Hitesman & Wold in order to help public and private employers, insurers and third-party administrators nationwide stay informed and minimize the risk of non-compliance issues.
Hitesman & Wold provides a wealth of legal experience to their clients in the areas of ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, Health Care Reform, welfare plans, cafeteria plans, HRAs, and VEBAs.
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