If Roe v Wade is Overturned, Will Grandfather Status Be Less Important?

If Roe v Wade is overturned, will this change faith-based employer’s view on staying grandfathered?

Considerations for Employers and Employer Plan Sponsors Related to Potential Changes in the Effect of Roe v. Wade

“The most pressing concern is likely whether companies can continue offering coverage of abortions through health benefit plans, including by reimbursing costs incurred when travelling outside of a state to procure an abortion…. Governors and state legislatures opposed to abortion will move quickly to pass laws regulating the practice if they do not currently have them in place. States with legislatures that support access to abortion may move with similar speed to enshrine and protect that access. Companies will face the difficult task of navigating these competing movements.”  MORE >>

Morgan Lewis