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The Affordable Care Act and You Pt. II
By Shervan Sebastian, Manager, Federal Relations



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Presenter Cathy Livingston

What do architects and their firms need to know about the Affordable Care Act?

The short answer: Everything.

To help get ready, join us on April 8th 2014 at 12:00pm EST for a special one-hour webinar on the ACA.

Led by one of the nation’s top experts on the ACA and designed specifically for architects and design firms, this webinar will help architects understand specific changes the law has made, what they should expected in 2014 and beyond, and how they and their firms should prepare

Do not miss this opportunity to learn what you need to know about the Affordable Care Act.

Title: The Affordable Care Act and You Pt. II
Date: April 8, 2014
Time: 12:00 – 12:00 pm EST
Price: $25
Learning Units: 1 LU/CES Credit

    • This informative session will be $25 per attendee and will provide 1 LU/CES credit.

    • The event will be one hour. Registration is limited and will be closed once the event has reached the maximum for attendance. Members are encouraged to register early.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Cathy Livingston, Partner, Jones Day

Cathy Livingston is a leading authority on the Affordable Care Act. She has in-depth experience with the of tax provisions contained in the Act, including the employer coverage requirement, the individual coverage requirement, the premium tax credit, insurance reforms, insurer fees, the medical device excise tax, and new requirements for tax-exempt hospitals.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2013, Cathy was Health Care Counsel in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel where she served as principal legal advisor to IRS senior leadership on all aspects of the Affordable Care Act and its implementation. She worked closely with the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services in all aspects of Affordable Care Act implementation. Cathy also served at the Office of Tax Policy at the Treasury Department where she handled matters affecting tax-exempt organizations and charitable giving.

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