Recorded Webinar | A Continuing Conversation About COBRA

Employee Benefits

A Continuing Conversation About COBRA

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, known simply as COBRA, is a federal law that grants certain employees, spouses and dependents the right to continue employer-sponsored health coverage after a loss of coverage and eligibility in certain situations. While the continuation rights provided for under COBRA have been around for nearly 40 years, compliance with COBRA remains one of employers’ biggest and most complicated employee benefits issues.

This webinar presents an overview of the requirements imposed on plan sponsors under COBRA and addresses common issues employers may face when fulfilling their obligations under the statute.

Regulatory and Legislative Strategy Group