Clark Hill Attorney Kristi R. Gauthier to Present at ACG Michigan Construction Industry HR Summit in Livonia January 16th
– Clark Hill Attorney Kristi R. Gauthier will present at the Associated General Contractors (ACG) Michigan “Michigan Construction Industry HR Summit at the Vis Ta Tech Center in Livonia on January 16, 2014. The summit is a new educational and networking event for construction industry HR professionals. Gauthier will co-present on health care reform and in particular the concept of counting employees for purposes of the employer shared responsibility provisions.
The AGC of Michigan is a full service construction trade association providing services to Michigan’s leading general contractors, construction managers, specialty contractors and related construction industry companies. A diverse group of Michigan’s leading constructors and industry-related firms make the AGC of Michigan the organization of choice for those associated with the construction industry.
Gauthier is a senior attorney in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office and concentrates her practice in Employee Benefits law. Kristi represents clients in a wide variety of employee benefits issues involving health and welfare benefits, as well as retirement plans. She also counsels employers of all sizes on the health care reform compliance and the impact of this law on their organizations.
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