The final program in our 2017 three-part Mergers & Acquisitions webinar series will examine litigation involving M&A-related themes; consider acceptable substitutes for aging determination letters; and slip in another topic (or two) that has suddenly (or will soon be) become perplexing in deals.
Litigation has become a fixture in the ERISA world and has always been a general concern for dealmakers. The results of benefits litigation should inform due diligence, transition planning, and preparation for later changes.
This program will explore how to consider and anticipate litigation risk in addition to litigation's answers and new questions. Additional topics will explore replacements for outdated determination letters, and (time permitting) the impact on M&As from today's extension of the fiduciary investment advice rule, changes made to the healthcare world, or benefits implications from tax reform. Individually-designed, old retirement plans too complicated even from today's prototypes are the scariest kind to acquire, and each day the comfort provided by determination letters wanes. What else will do? Take this program to find out.
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