Sept. 11, 2018
Noon-1 p.m. Central
Retirement plans are a key part of any employee benefit plan for hospitals. But offering a retirement plan means ensuring that everything relating to the plan is compliant. Learn about the fiduciary obligations that go along with offering a retirement plan, as well as the key IRS and Department of Labor compliance issues involved.
CEO, CFO, Finance and Accounting staff, Chief Human Resources, Retirement Plan Administrators and Employee Benefits Specialists
Craig Carter, attorney and co-founding partner, Jackson & Carter PLLC, Austin
Craig is a lawyer and co-founding partner with Jackson & Carter. He was born and raised in Abilene and graduated undergraduate and law school from Texas Tech. He has been practicing law since 1990. Craig is the only lawyer in the State of Texas who is Board Certified in both Health Law and Labor and Employment Law. He is also Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and has handled well over 100 lawsuits and tried over 30 civil jury trials in state and federal courts around Texas.
Craig's current practice with Jackson & Carter consists of representing non-profit and governmental hospitals and hospital related organizations on a daily basis, with a special focus on the legal relationships between hospitals and their employees and hospitals and physicians. His representation of hospitals covers a wide variety of matters, including healthcare regulatory and compliance, employment, medical staff and credentialing including peer review proceedings and fair hearings, contracts with physicians and vendors, construction, governance and governmental entity issues for hospitals.