BlogsWith a New President, What Happens to the ACA

January 2, 2017, by Ryan Miller

With a New President, What Happens to the ACA?

There has been so much talk about the new administration's impact on the ACA. Will they revamp the current processes? Will there be a complete repeal? How will all of this affect your organization (and you personally)?

Centennial is pleased to host this seminar featuring James Slotnick, JD, AVP of Broker Education with Sun Life Financial and Peter Marathas, Partner at Marathas Barrow Weatherhead Lent LLP.

James will be addressing the potential impacts of the Trump administration on the Affordable Care Act. We've heard aggressive calls for repeal as well as more moderate reform. Which will it be and how will you be affected?
Peter will be discussing ACA compliance in 2017, including key changes and things to look out for. 2017 just may be the year for change and you won't want to miss it.

This is a very special opportunity to hear from two industry experts!

With a New President, What Happens to the ACA?

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
11:00am-1:00pm (lunch provided)
Pacific Club - 4110 MacArthur Blvd, Newport Beach, CA 92660
*this is a live event
**no cost to attend

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James Slotnick, JD has helped employee benefit brokers, financial advisors and consumers understand the ever-changing insurance industry for over a decade. Most recently, he has been providing education about the impact that health care reform will have on the employee benefits industry. James also frequently speaks about the legislative climate in Washington, Social Security Disability planning and disability plan design.


Peter Marathas Jr is one of the nation’s leading employee benefits and executive compensation lawyers.  He is widely recognized by clients, opposing counsel and national law firm ranking organizations as among the best in the field. Peter is a prolific author, writer and active speaker on all employee benefits matters, including the requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  Employers nationwide engage Peter to help them understand and meet the compliance demands of these complicated laws