A far-reaching change to accounting rules for public employers has attorneys across the country braced for a surge of legal work.
The new rules, which will be phased in starting this month, require government entities — from cities to universities to school districts — to calculate and report how much they owe for health care costs and other post-employment benefits for their present and future retirees.
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