Beginning as early as January 15, 2023, certain employers will need to ensure they are complying with the District of Columbia’s Transportation Benefits Equity Amendment Act of 2020, also known as the “Parking Cash Out Law.”

Parking Cash Out Options

By January 15, 2023, or the end of their parking lease, whichever is later, “Covered Employers” with at least 20 D.C. employees that offer free or subsidized leased parking benefits must comply with the law by adopting one of the following “Parking Cash Out Options”: More…

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Photo of Teresa Burke Wright Teresa Burke Wright

Teresa Wright is a Principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. and is a contributor to the Disability, Leave & Health Management Blog. Ms. Wright has handled jury trials and other litigation involving discrimination, harassment, the Americans with Disabilities…

Teresa Wright is a Principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. and is a contributor to the Disability, Leave & Health Management Blog. Ms. Wright has handled jury trials and other litigation involving discrimination, harassment, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act and wrongful termination. She also counsels management regarding employment issues, including disability, accommodation and leave management; employee discipline and termination; preparation of personnel policies and handbooks; investigation of employee misconduct; management training; and preventing unlawful harassment.

Learn more about Ms. Wright on the Jackson Lewis website.

Photo of Kellie M. Thomas Kellie M. Thomas

Kellie M. Thomas’ goal with every client is to provide practical and straightforward advice that breaks down and makes accessible the myriad issues and considerations arising under ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code (including Sections 280G, 401(k), 403(b), 409A and 457(b) and (f)), the…

Kellie M. Thomas’ goal with every client is to provide practical and straightforward advice that breaks down and makes accessible the myriad issues and considerations arising under ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code (including Sections 280G, 401(k), 403(b), 409A and 457(b) and (f)), the Affordable Care Act, COBRA, HIPAA, and the various other federal and state laws and regulations affecting benefit plans.

As part of her day to day advice and counsel work, Kellie regularly reviews, drafts and amends self- and fully-insured health and welfare plans; cafeteria plans; qualified and non-qualified retirement plans; employment, consulting, severance and change in control agreements; and stock option and other equity-based compensation plans. She drafts and prepares submissions under the Internal Revenue Service’s Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System and the Department of Labor’s Voluntary Fiduciary Correction Program, and reviews and qualifies proposed Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Qualified Medical Child Support Orders. Kellie also counsels on corporate governance and fiduciary matters, including the structure and duties of retirement and benefit plan committees.