Washington D.C. partner Brad Campbell presented at the 2017 National Association of Plan Advisors (NAPA) 401(k) Summit in Las Vegas on March 19.

Brad and Brian Graff, American Retirement Association CEO and NAPA Executive Director, presented to approximately 1900 advisors and financial professionals at the first general session in a session titled, “Come Hill or High Water – Trump, Tax Reform, and the Fiduciary Rule.” NAPA members have previously designed Brad and Los Angeles partner Fred Reish among the top 15 ERISA attorneys in the country.

Brad and Brian provided the latest developments from Capitol Hill, including what changes a Trump administration and GOP-controlled Congress could have on the timing and requirements of the fiduciary regulation; what President Trump’s first 100 days in office could mean for practices; tax reform; and what’s next for the fiduciary regulation.

Several media outlets covered the national event, including Employee Benefit News, which highlighted Brad’s commentary on tax reform proposals and the fiduciary rule delay.

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