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Anne Tyler Hall

Anne Tyler Hall

ERISA Legal Attorney
(Atlanta, GA)

Hall Benefits Law

Prior to forming Hall Benefits Law in 2013, Anne Tyler Hall practiced ERISA and Employee Benefits law with Alston & Bird, LLP and King & Spalding, LLP, two of Atlanta’s largest law firms.

As a business owner representing businesses, Anne Tyler understands first-hand the importance of strategically-designed, legally-compliant benefit plans aimed at attracting, motivating, and retaining top employees. She also understands the importance of responsive and timely legal compliance guidance to businesses who are in six and seven-figure Internal Revenue Service (IRS), DOL, or Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) penalty situations.

Hall Benefits Law serves clients in 25 states and was recognized by the Law Firm 500 in 2018 as the fastest-growing ERISA law firm in the country.

Anne Tyler Hall

ERISA Legal Attorney
(Atlanta, GA)

Hall Benefits Law


Case Studies In ERISA: Why It Matters And How It Benefits You
Published Date: Apr 2019
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Case Studies In ERISA: Why It Matters And How It Benefits You

This book is for the proactive business owner, the CEO who knows her highest and best use of time and talent is acting as her team’s quarterback and not getting stuck “in the weeds.” This book is for the CFO who knows, perhaps firsthand, the weighty difference between an ounce of prevention and pounds upon pounds of cure. This book is for the HR Director whose harried day doesn’t allow for additional concerns related to retirement plan design or governance. This book is directed toward the CPAs, the business attorneys, the third-party administrators, and the benefits brokers who recognize the value of forming a team with other specialists to achieve the greatest good for a client. ERISA. The acronym itself suggests simplicity, but businesses of all sizes struggle with legal compliance when it comes to the Employee Retirement Income Securities Act of 1974, as amended (“ERISA”). Over the past year, the team at Hall Benefits Law collectively cringed as multiple plan sponsors (employers) asked us whether ERISA legal compliance was actually important, citing the current Administration’s seemingly more lax approach to benefits legal compliance. Specifically, they point out that in January of 2017, President Trump issued an Executive Order Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal, an order that permits federal agencies to exercise authority to reduce the potential burdens of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (“ACA”).

However, statistics from the Department of Labor (DOL) show that ERISA enforcement activity has increased in recent years and under the Trump administration!