Enduring Principles

Keenan’s philosophy has always been that solving the needs of our customers first and directly supporting our communities are good for our business. We continually present informational workshops and seminars on topics relevant to our customers, and provide scholarships for administrators to further their education and advancement.

Briefings: Schools & Colleges

10/13/2017 - Health Care Reform: White House Issues New Executive Order on ACA

This Briefing discusses the Executive Order issued on October 12, 2017 by the White House concerning Affiliation Health Plans and other aspects of the Affordable Care Act and how the Executive Order affects current California employer health plans.

9/21/2017 - Health Care Reform: Terminating Coverage of Dependents at Age 26

When a dependent turns 26, can the employer terminate coverage on the dependent’s 26th birthday or should they wait until the end of the month? The Affordable Care Act has two provisions regarding this situation. This Briefing discusses the provisions and the possible penalties.

7/31/2017 - Title IX and Title VII Updates: No Changes Despite Recent Statements by Trump Administration

In recent weeks, the Trump administration’s positions on both Title VII and Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 have been in the news. While they do throw doubt on how Title VII and Title IX will be interpreted by the Trump administration, they are not yet binding changes in the law.

7/28/2017 - Health Care Reform: Senate Fails to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

On July 28, 2017, the U.S. Senate, after three days of debate and voting, failed to repeal the Affordable Care Act. This Briefing outlines the events that unfolded over the last few days, what may happen next and what this all means for employers.

7/19/2017 - Health Care Reform: ACA Repeal and Replace Stalls in the Senate

On July 17, 2017, the U.S. Senate’s effort to simultaneously repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act came to an end. This Briefing discusses the circumstances surrounding the bill’s failure and what steps might be taken in the future regarding health care reform.