Alden Bianchi is the Practice Group Leader of Mintz Levin’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practice. He advises corporate, not-for-profit, governmental, and individual clients on a broad range of executive compensation and employee benefits issues, including qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, stock and stock-based compensation arrangements, ERISA fiduciary and prohibited transaction issues, benefit-related aspects of mergers and acquisitions, and health and welfare plans.
Alden is nationally renowned for his advice on the Affordable Care Act's impact on employers. He represented the Romney administration in connection with the historic 2006 Massachusetts health care reform act, which laid the foundation for the "Affordable Care Act." He has testified before the Senate Finance Committee on the subject of health care reform. His many published works include the the Bloomberg/Bureau of National Affairs Health Care Reform Advisor, a comprehensive work on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on employers and employer-sponsored group health plans. Alden also provides a weekly installment on the Affordable Care Act on Mintz Levin's Employment Matters Blog.
LL.M., Georgetown University (1979)
LL.M., Taxation, Boston University (1979)
J.D., Suffolk University (1978)
B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1974)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Bloomberg Tax Portfolio, No. 335, Health Care Reforms – Implications for Employee Benefit Plans, examines the impact on employers, group health plans, and individuals of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and subsequent health-care legislation, including the No Surprises Act.
This Portfolio discusses the potentially adverse consequences of plan disqualification or income inclusion and related income or employment tax exposure.
The Portfolio No. 332, Employer Shared Responsibility, examines the effect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) on employer-based group health plans
This Portfolio addresses the employee benefits-related questions and issues that arise in connection with the employment of contingent or alternative workers.