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"The court rejected the employer's claim that COBRA notices are not required when an employee resigns if the employee continues to have health coverage. The court explained that the clock starts running for required COBRA notices beginning when the first event occurs that causes, or will cause, the employee to lose coverage, even if the coverage does not terminate until a later time. Consequently, the court held that plan administrators are not relieved of the obligation to provide COBRA notices merely because employees are still covered under the employer's health plan after termination." [Fama v. Design Assistance Corp., Nos. 12-2414, 12-2474 (3d Cir. Apr. 10, 2013)]
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