Taft Cleveland partner Matthew Secrist was quoted in the Crain's Cleveland Business article "Offering benefits in a post-Dobbs world is complex decision," which was published on July 22.
The article discusses how many employers are still figuring out what to do — if anything — in the wake of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade and eliminated federal protections for abortion rights. In his role as an employee benefits and executive compensation attorney, Secrist said executives are in a "tough position" either way.
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Secrist is experienced in a wide range of employee benefits matters, including tax qualified retirement plans, nonqualified deferred compensation plans and arrangements, welfare benefit plans, COBRA, HIPAA, and Affordable Care Act issues.