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“ERISA: How to Identify and Fix Operational Errors” Advisor CE Seminar Nov. 16th


October 31, 2018
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Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner, Gary S. Young, to Present “ERISA: How to Identify and Fix Operational Errors” at Advisor CE Seminar

WHEN:
Friday, November 16, 2018
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM ET

WHERE:
Pine Brook, NJ

SH Partner to Speak at CCLR Panel

On November 16, Partner and Chair of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Employee Benefits & ERISA practice group, Gary S. Young, will be presenting “ERISA: How to Identify and Fix Operational Errors” at an Advisor CE Seminar. The seminar, sponsored by Altigro Pension Services, Inc. and Empower Retirement, will be held at the Don Pepe Steakhouse in Pine Brook, NJ.

In addition to Mr. Young, the seminar will also feature Joan McDonagh, Senior National Regulatory Policy Director at Empower Retirement and Co-Author of “401(k) Answer Book”, who will be presenting “Retirement Plans – Washington Update”. Those in attendance will be offered 2 hours of CE credits and will be served lunch.

To register for the seminar, head over to https://etpaa.com/altigro-advisor-ce-seminar/

About Gary S. Young

Gary S. Young, Partner, concentrates his practice on ERISA, employee benefits and executive compensation as a member of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Corporate Transactions and Business Law Group. Mr. Young began his legal career over 40 years ago as a traditional labor lawyer and continues to provide employment law advice to private sector employers on various employment law matters such as wage & hour compliance, workplace harassment, FMLA, and much more.

For more on Gary S. Young, head over to his Scarinci Hollenbeck bio at https://scarincihollenbeck.com/attorneys/gary-s-young/

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