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COBRA-Employer's Guide to the Federal Health Insurance Rules - 11th Edition


All employers with 20 or more employees who provide health and medical benefits must comply with the federal health insurance law - called COBRA. The law gives employees and their dependents the right to continue coverage under their employer's health plan after termination, resignation, divorce, death, layoff, and other qualifying events. In addition, a new California statue requires covered employers to provide supplemental insurance protection and written disclosures. This publication reviews the rules in a concise and understandable manner. It includes sample COBRA notices, and HIPAA rules. To order this book, please visit


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