Charles C. Scheim Presents at 2018 Employment Law Institute

READING, PA, May 3, 2018 – Stevens & Lee’s Charles C. Scheim, Shareholder, presented at the 2018 Employment Law Institute co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and the Pennsylvania Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section. Mr. Scheim spoke April 27, 2018, at the event in Philadelphia, PA.

Mr. Scheim was a co-presenter for the session “Replace/Reform of the Affordable Care Act.” During the presentation, the speakers identified and discussed the changes that have been made to the Affordable Care Act, the provisions that stayed the same and some proposed changes that are likely but not yet in place.

Mr. Scheim concentrates his practice in employee benefits with a particular emphasis on counseling clients on welfare benefit plans, including legal issues with respect to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), COBRA, HIPAA, wellness programs and all aspects of ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code. He also designs executive compensation plans, advises clients on securities law implications of employee benefits matters, and manages employee welfare benefits aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Scheim also prepares executive compensation proxy disclosure for public companies.

Mr. Scheim advises hospitals and other health care providers on the design of innovative benefit plans to offer in the employer market and is experienced in designing health insurance benefit products for use by employers of all sizes.

Mr. Scheim also advises health insurance brokers and consultants as to tax and ERISA issues that arise with respect to welfare benefit plans.

Mr. Scheim often speaks to employer groups about the impact of health care reform on their health plans and businesses. Prior to joining Stevens & Lee, he was Project Planner, Budget Analyst and Material Planner for more than 10 years at a Fortune 500 company. He was also a law clerk to the Honorable Peter Paul Olszewski for the Superior Court of Pennsylvania after law school. He has a J.D., cum laude, from St. John’s University School of Law, an MBA from Adelphi University and a B.A. from the State University of New York at Oswego.

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