Leawood, Kan. – November 17, 2023: Marsha Woodward, an attorney with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes P.C., was recognized with the 2023 Conference Award in October at the annual Midwest Apprenticeship and Training Coordinators Conference. Marsha was honored for her long-standing service and dedication in furtherance of employee benefits law and apprenticeship training; her foresight in the development of programs related to employee benefits, ERISA law, and fiduciary liability; and her dedication to the conference. As part of the award, Marsha was recognized as a thought leader in the field of employee benefits law and compliance with federal regulations for registered apprenticeship programs and multiemployer/Taft-Hartley funds.
The Midwest Apprenticeship and Training Coordinators Conference is an annual event where plan fiduciaries, training directors, coordinators, instructors of registered apprenticeship programs, as well as representatives from the Department of Labor and the Kansas Department of Commerce, gather to discuss training techniques, recruitment and retention procedures, and compliance in a collective attempt to improve the quality and efficiency of apprenticeship programs.
About Marsha Woodward: With more than 20 years of practice in ERISA/Employee Benefits and business law, Marsha has solid practical experience consulting with clients about the design, drafting, implementation and operation of a variety of qualified and non-qualified retirement and deferred compensation plans, bonus, stock option, and equity arrangements, welfare plans, cafeteria plans, and other benefit plans. Her experience significantly benefits private, public, single employer, multiple employer, and multiemployer/union-related plans, their participants, and their employer sponsors.
About the firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. serves and protects individuals and entities, including multiemployer/Taft-Hartley employee benefit funds in a variety of sectors. Based in Kansas City, the firm offers sophisticated representation in both the private and public sectors.
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