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Addressing Employees’ Student Loan Debt in 2020

Student loan debt skyrocketed in the past decade, topping $1.5 trillion among millions of Americans. The crisis has prompted US employers to address it in their benefits programs. McDermott’s Jeffrey M. Holdvogt contributes to a Plan Sponsor article that provides a review of how employers can help employees break free from the bind student loan debt has on financial wellbeing and retirement savings. Access the full article. Originally published on Plan Sponsor, December 2019

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Employment, Benefits and Compensation Forum: Control Your Own Headlines

In today’s high-stakes environment, in-house counsel and HR professionals are often on the frontlines, responding to headlines that threaten business and reputational objectives. Join McDermott Will & Emery’s Employment and Employee Benefits practice groups at a half-day forum in our Chicago office on Oct. 10. This forward-looking program is designed to drive conversation around emerging trends to help employers craft their own narrative, instead of being held captive by it. See full event details and register here.

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Capital Perspective: An Analysis of Hot Topics in Benefits and Compensation

With the uncertainty of the general election just one year away—and change on the horizon—now is the time to take stock of the legal and regulatory environment to prepare your organization for the future. On September 10 in Boston, the ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC), Fidelity and McDermott invite you to join your peers and colleagues for breakfast and an interactive discussion at 8 am EDT around hot topics in benefits and compensation. Areas of focus will include: Congressional action on healthcare—from Rx costs to surprise billing Direct contracting for health plans Federal and state paid leave Lasting impacts of tax reform New leveraged ESPP funding alternative Student loan repayment plans The SECURE Act and what comes next Register for the event.

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