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Aaron Weiss

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Aaron Weiss is an associate in the Labor Department. His practice is centered on all things ERISA, with a heavy focus on multiemployer and single-employer defined benefit and defined contribution plans, and health and welfare plans. Aaron draws on years of experience as a paralegal, technical writer, and ERISA associate in assessing and addressing the myriad issues that arise in the dynamic landscape of employee benefits.

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Ninth Circuit Defers to Plan Design and Administrative Discretion on Bounds of Mental Health Coverage

A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Wit et al. v. United Behavioral Health and Alexander et al. v. United Behavioral Health) exemplifies the challenge in balancing a desire to cover evolving treatments for mental health and substance abuse disorders against plan sponsors’ and insurers’ general authority over plan … Continue Reading

Congress Reopens Door For HSA With No-Deductible Telehealth, But With a Hole

Effective April 1, 2022, high-deductible health plans can once again offer first-dollar coverage for telehealth and other remote services without making participants ineligible for health savings account (“HSA”) contributions.  The relief runs only through the end of 2022, and the regular high-deductible health plan requirements generally apply for the months of January through March 2022.  … Continue Reading
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