Minneapolis, MN (July 12, 2004) – Minnesota Racing Commission member Darcy L. Hitesman has been appointed as its Chair by Governor Tim Pawlenty. Governor Pawlenty appointed Hitesman as a member of the Commission in October 2003; she began her chair appointment on July 1, 2004.
The Minnesota Racing Commission licenses persons and organizations to operate racetracks, conduct horse racing, and conduct pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing; enforces and collects all applicable taxes and license fees; establishes a Minnesota Breeders’ Fund; and operates a card club. The commission consists of nine members appointed by the Governor.
Hitesman is the founder of Hitesman & Wold P.A. She has practiced employee benefits law for 17 years and received her law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1987. She is the author of Shopping for Stop-Loss Coverage, published in the Health Benefits Planner and a Contributing Author to ERISA Compliance for Health and Welfare Plans, published by the Employee Benefits Institute of America. She is a frequentspeaker on the topics of employee benefits topics and is a member of the American, Minnesota State, and Hennepin County Bar Associations.
Hitesman & Wold P.A. is an employee benefits law firm that shapes solutions for business, education, and government clients across the country in the areas of ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, cafeteria, HRAs, VEBAs and 5500 programs.
For more information, contact:
Kimberly Gust, Hitesman & Wold
(763) 503-6620, Kim@HitesmanLaw.com
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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