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Beth is an associate in the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation practice group. She focuses her practice on assisting private and public companies with the design, implementation and operation of qualified retirement, non-qualified deferred compensation (e.g., 409A compliance), health and welfare, and fringe benefit plans. Beth has significant experience with all types of tax-qualified retirement plans, including 401(k) plans, profit-sharing plans, 403(b) plans and defined benefit plans, as well as in advising plan sponsors on compliance issues related to the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA and the Affordable Care Act. Additionally, she has experience counseling clients in the area of the ERISA Church Plan exemption and related litigation defense strategy, and advising clients on benefits matters related to mergers and acquisitions.

So your company sponsors a self-insured health care plan, and you’ve been tasked with administering the plan, but in reality, most of the day to day administration is handled a third party administrator (“TPA”). Just curious – do you know what your TPA’s policies are with respect to recovering overpayments? Do you know whether your