• What the Supreme Court’s Decision on Health Care Reform Means for Employers
  • July 4, 2012 | Authors: Barry L. Klein; Kari Knight Stevens
  • Law Firm: Blank Rome LLP - Philadelphia Office
  • After many months of speculation, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled yesterday that the central provision of Health Care Reform, the individual health insurance mandate, is constitutional. The result is that this provision and the other provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will remain ¬≠intact. Accordingly, employers should act now to ensure that they are in compliance with currently effective provisions of the law, as well as those that are slated to come into effect in the coming months and years.