2020 Vision – Flexibility and Future of Employee Benefits

2020 Vision – Flexibility and Future of Employee Benefits

Benefit Comply is excited to announce an important addition to our upcoming compliance conferences. Bob Seng J.D., one of the country’s leading ERISA and benefits attorneys, will discuss the details of the American Benefit Council’s public policy strategic plan “2020 Vision – Flexibility and Future of Employee Benefits“. Bob was one of the co-authors of this important report which was presented to the National Press Club in 2014 and will serve as a key discussion document for future benefits federal policymaking.

Bob will be speaking at both the Compliance Specialist Boot Camp, and the Compliance Conference for Producers and Account managers. The sessions will include ample time for attendees to ask Bob questions about the Council’s plan and his thoughts on the future of employer sponsored benefits. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend time with someone closely involved in influencing employee benefits public policy on a national level. Register today!


bob_sengBob Seng J.D.
Dorsey & Whitney Minneapolis
Bob is an ERISA and employee benefits lawyer with 25 years of experience advising employers on all aspects of their employee benefit plans. Bob is currently a partner with Dorsey & Whitney in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was formerly an Assistant General Counsel with Target Corporation where he was responsible for a legal team advising on all aspects of Target’s employee benefits. Bob served on the Policy Board of the Washington D.C based American Benefits Council, and has served as Chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association Section on Employee Benefits.


The American Benefits Council (the Council) is made up of major corporations sponsoring benefit plans covering more than 100 million Americans. The Council is recognized as the preeminent advocate of employer-sponsored benefit programs in Washington, D.C.  The Council initiates and champions legislation and regulations favorable to employers’ needs and interests, and influences policy development within Congress and the White House and executive branch agencies.