Joint Committee on Employee Benefits (JCEB)

The JCEB, co-sponsored by the Sections of Business Law; Health Law; Labor and Employment Law; Real Property, Trust and Estate Law; Taxation; and Tort Trial and Insurance Practice, coordinates employee benefits in-person CLE programs and webinars as well as annual meetings with federal agency officials.

Employee Benefits Passport

An annual subscription service that will be your passport to access, for one low price, all of the JCEB’s webinars and to attend any or all of the JCEB's renowned in-person National Institutes with a 25% discount.

Health and Welfare Benefit Plans National Institute / October 29-30 / Arlington, VA

Health and Welfare Benefit Plans National Institute / October 29-30 / Arlington, VA

In-Depth Focus on Employee Health and Welfare Plans

Attend the program to hear from government speakers about recent and upcoming guidance. Find out how companies are responding and what approaches they are taking to comply. In addition to a lively update on regulatory and other developments featuring top speakers from government agencies and the private bar, the program will cover audit and enforcement activity, health and welfare plan litigation, fiduciary issues, HIPAA data privacy, Prescription Drug Programs, Mental Health Parity, and offer practical breakouts and two ethics sessions.

Health and Welfare Benefit PLans National Institute - Register Now

Executive Compensation National Institute / November 8-9 / Washington, DC

Executive Compensation National Institute / November 8-9 / Washington, DC

Compensating Senior Corporate Executives

This National Institute is designed for those who address issues related to compensating senior corporate executives: private practitioners, in-house corporate counsel, employee benefit consultants, service providers, compensation managers and consultants. This program will provide you with the opportunity to hear about the latest developments in this constantly evolving area from experienced practitioners and government representatives. Don't miss this opportunity to hear directly from those who are helping shape our rapidly changing regulatory environment!

Executive Compenstaion National Institute - REGISTER NOW

Fiduciary Institute / Spring 2019 / Washington, DC

Fiduciary Institute / Spring 2019 / Washington, DC

Current Best Thinking and Practical Guidelines for Good Plan Governance

A full day program presenting the current best thinking and practical guidelines for good plan governance in the challenging environment of private class actions on fiduciary responsibility; enhanced governmental and financial audits; plan investments; and other emerging challenges. Panels of experienced ERISA attorneys, in-house fiduciaries, investment professionals and government speakers will address fiduciary governance standards and best practices; updates on significant ERISA fiduciary court cases; best practices of investment fiduciaries; 401(k) plan investments; best practices for vendor arrangements, and more.

Reach Your Market and Generate New Business

Connect with thousands of employee benefits and executive compensation attorneys nationwide, including those key decision makers that will help you gain greater market share.

Health Care Costs: What's a Fiduciary to Do?


Skyrocketing health care costs, moderated by Catha Worthman, Feinberg Jackson Worthman & Wasow, LLP. Distinguished panel of speakers include Phyllis Borzi, Former Assistant Secretary of EBSA and Health Policy Guru; Michael Kolber, Manatt, Phelps, & Phillips LLP; Tiffany Santos, Trucker Huss APC; and David Miller, SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West.

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JCEB and Federal Agencies Technical Sessions

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1050 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 400 / Washington, DC 20036 / Phone: (202) 662-8641 / Fax: (202) 662-1012

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