At Wilson Rode, pllc, we recognize the importance of each client's need for personal attention, and we strive to provide effective legal services with the utmost attention to our clients' unique concerns. We never lose sight of the fact that we represent clients with their own objectives and ambitions. We make the extra effort to understand our clients, their personal cares and concerns, and the personal and business issues that affect them on a daily basis. This focus enables us to deliver creative and innovative legal strategies that help our clients achieve their goals.
John J. Wilson is in his 28th year of private law practice focused on employer sponsored health and welfare benefits. This area of specialty includes all health and welfare employee benefits compliance with health reform mandates implemented under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its regulatory scheme. Further, Johns specialty focuses on the whole breadth of compliance concerns in this area raised by ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA and the DOL and Treasury regulations under these statutory schemes. Simultaneous to his independent law practice with Wilson Rode, PLLC, John has served in general counsel roles for third party benefits administrators, wellness plan vendors and employee benefits consultants. This dual experience, effectively outside and inside, allows John to assure that his clients have active knowledge, strategic advice and compliance fulfillment in their health and welfare employee benefits offerings.
In addition to his law practice, John is also the Chief Compliance Officer for Employee Solve, Inc, which through its Optimum Benefits Management model offers a possible single solution set to agents and brokers to assist their clients in addressing best in class technology integration with A to Z ACA compliance facilitation and fulfillment. As certified Minority Business Enterprise, Employee Solve further allows agents and brokers to address diversity spend requirements that clients may face, in particular those exposed to such requirements in the automotive supplier economy.”