Town hall forum at Kennesaw State will discuss impact of new health care law on businesses
New health care law triggers reaction from legal experts and local businesses
KENNESAW, Ga. (May 13, 2013) — Health care legal experts and area business leaders will gather at Kennesaw State University Monday, May 20 for a town hall forum to discuss how the new health care law will affect businesses. The forum, “How the New Health Care Law will Change Business Operations. . . Forever,” is sponsored by the Econometric Center and the Small Business Development Center in the Michael J. Coles College of Business.
The town hall forum is free and open to the public. Media are invited.
WHAT: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) will have many implications
for businesses from mandatory health insurance requirements to tax credits. Questions regarding the impact of these ramifications for local businesses may include:
· What is the benchmark for requiring health insurance coverage for employees?
· What effect does multiple business ownership have on coverage requirements?
· When and how will exchanges be established?
· How will health care changes affect overall business operations?
- David Cole, partner in labor and employment law at Freeman, Mathis and Gary LLP
- Gregory Lucas, chief financial officer at Robert Bowden Inc.
- Eric R. Magnus, attorney at Jackson Lewis LLP
- Don Sabbarese, economics professor and director of the Econometric Center in the Coles College of Business (moderator)
WHEN: Monday, May 20 from 6 - 8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Kennesaw State University, KSU Center, Room 400
3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw, Ga. 30144
Kennesaw State University is the third-largest university in Georgia, offering 80 graduate and undergraduate degrees, including doctorates in education, business and nursing, and a new Ph.D. in international conflict management. A member of the University System of Georgia, Kennesaw State is a comprehensive, residential institution with a growing population of 24,600 students from more than 130 countries.