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Continued Healthcare Coverage
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Continued Healthcare Coverage. If the Participant elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of COBRA, the Company shall continue the Participant’s coverage and directly pay, or reimburse the Participant for, the premium for the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the number of months following the Participant’s Covered Termination equal to the Participant’s COBRA Severance Period and # the date that the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents become eligible for coverage under another employer’s plans (the “Continuation Period”); provided, that as soon as administratively practicable following the date the Release becomes effective, the Company shall pay to the Participant a cash lump-sum payment equal to the monthly premiums that would have been paid on behalf of the Participant had such payments commenced on the date of the Covered Termination. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect at any time during the Continuation Period that, in lieu of paying or reimbursing the premiums, the Company shall instead provide the Participant with a monthly cash payment equal to the amount the Company would have otherwise paid pursuant to this Section 3.1(b), less applicable tax withholdings.

Continued Healthcare Coverage. If the Participant elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of COBRA, the Company shall continue a Participant’s benefit plan coverage and directly pay, or reimburse the Participant for, the premium for the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the number of months following the Participant’s Covered Termination, equal to the Participant’s CIC COBRA Period and # the date that the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents become eligible for coverage under another employer’s plans (the “CIC Continuation Period”); provided that as soon as administratively practicable following the date the Release becomes effective, the Company shall pay to the Participant a cash lump-sum payment equal to the monthly premiums that would have been paid on behalf of the Participant had such payments commenced on the date of the Covered Termination. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect at any time during the CIC Continuation Period that, in lieu of paying or reimbursing the premiums, the Company shall instead provide the Participant with a monthly cash payment equal to the amount the Company would have otherwise paid pursuant to this Section 3.2(b), less applicable tax withholdings.

Continued Healthcare Coverage. If the Participant elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of COBRA, the Company shall continue the Participant’s coverage and directly pay, or reimburse the Participant for, the premium for the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the number of months following the Participant’s Covered Termination equal to the Participant’s COBRA Severance Period and # the date that the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents become eligible for coverage under another employer’s plans (the “Continuation Period”); provided, that as soon as administratively practicable following the date the Release becomes effective, the Company shall pay to the Participant a cash lump-sum payment equal to the monthly premiums that would have been paid on behalf of the Participant had such payments commenced on the date of the Covered Termination. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect at any time during the Continuation Period that, in lieu of paying or reimbursing the premiums, the Company shall instead provide the Participant with a monthly cash payment equal to the amount the Company would have otherwise paid pursuant to this Section 3.1(b), less applicable tax withholdings.

Continued Healthcare Coverage. If the Participant elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of COBRA, the Company shall continue a Participant’s benefit plan coverage and directly pay, or reimburse the Participant for, the premium for the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the number of months following the Participant’s Covered Termination, equal to the Participant’s CIC COBRA Period and # the date that the Participant and the Participant’s covered dependents become eligible for coverage under another employer’s plans (the “CIC Continuation Period”); provided that as soon as administratively practicable following the date the Release becomes effective, the Company shall pay to the Participant a cash lump-sum payment equal to the monthly premiums that would have been paid on behalf of the Participant had such payments commenced on the date of the Covered Termination. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect at any time during the CIC Continuation Period that, in lieu of paying or reimbursing the premiums, the Company shall instead provide the Participant with a monthly cash payment equal to the amount the Company would have otherwise paid pursuant to this Section 3.2(b), less applicable tax withholdings.

Continued Healthcare. If Executive elects to receive continue health coverage pursuant to the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended (“COBRA”), the Company shall directly pay, or reimburse Executive for, the premium for Executive and Executive’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the six (6)

Continued Healthcare. If Executive elects to receive continue health coverage pursuant to the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended (“COBRA”), the Company shall directly pay, or reimburse Executive for, the premium for Executive and Executive’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the six (6) month anniversary of the Separation Date and # the date Executive and Executive’s covered dependents, if any, become eligible for healthcare coverage under another employer’s plan(s). After the Company ceases to pay premiums pursuant to the preceding sentence, Executive may, if eligible, elect to continue healthcare coverage at the Executive’s expense in accordance with the provisions of COBRA.

Continued Healthcare. If Executive elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended (“COBRA”), the Company shall directly pay, or reimburse Executive for the premium for Executive and Executive’ s covered dependents through the earlier of # the [“twelve (12)” for the Tier 1 and Tier 2 executives; “nine (9)” for the Tier 3 executives; and “six (6)” for the Tier 4 executives] month anniversary of the first day of the month following the Termination Date and # the date Executive and Executive’s covered dependents, if any, become eligible for healthcare coverage under another employer’s plan(s). After the Company ceases to pay or reimburse Executive for the premiums pursuant to the preceding sentence, Executive may, if eligible, elect to continue healthcare coverage at Executive’s expense in accordance with the provisions of COBRA.

Continued Healthcare. If Executive elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of COBRA, the Company shall directly pay, or reimburse Executive for the premium for Executive and Executive’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the [“eighteen (18)” for the Tier 1 executives, “fifteen (15)” for the Tier 2 executives; “twelve (12)” for the Tier 3 executives; and “nine (9)” for the Tier 4 executives] month anniversary of the first day of the month following the Termination Date and # the date Executive and Executive’s covered dependents, if any, become eligible for healthcare coverage under another employer’s plan(s). After the Company ceases to pay or reimburse Executive for the premiums pursuant to the preceding sentence, Executive may, if eligible, elect to continue healthcare coverage at Executive’s expense in accordance with the provisions of COBRA.

Continued Healthcare. If Executive timely elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended (“COBRA”), the Company shall directly pay, or reimburse Executive for, the Company’s portion of the premium (at the same rates in effect on the Termination Date) for Executive and Executive’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the end of the Severance Period and # the date Executive and Executive’s covered dependents, if any, become eligible for healthcare coverage under another employer’s plan(s). Notwithstanding the foregoing, # if any plan pursuant to which such benefits are provided is not, or ceases prior to the expiration of the period of continuation coverage to be, exempt from the application of Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, (the “Code”) under Treasury Regulation Section 1.409A-1(a)(5), or (ii) the Company is otherwise unable to continue to cover Executive under its group health plans without penalty under applicable law (including without limitation, Section 2716 of the Public Health Service Act), then, in either case, an amount equal to each remaining Company subsidy shall thereafter be paid to Executive in substantially equal monthly installments. After the Company ceases to pay premiums pursuant to this Section 3(b), Executive may, if eligible, elect to continue healthcare coverage at Executive’s expense in accordance with the provisions of COBRA. Executive shall notify the Company immediately if Executive becomes covered by a group health plan of a subsequent employer.

Continued Healthcare. If Executive timely elects to receive continued healthcare coverage pursuant to the provisions of COBRA, the Company shall directly pay, or reimburse Executive for, the Company’s portion of the premium (at the same rates in effect on the Termination Date) for Executive and Executive’s covered dependents through the earlier of # the first anniversary of the Termination Date and # the date Executive and Executive’s covered dependents, if any, become eligible for healthcare coverage under another employer’s plan(s). Notwithstanding the foregoing, # if any plan pursuant to which such benefits are provided is not, or ceases prior to the expiration of the period of continuation coverage to be, exempt from the application of Section 409A of the Code under Treasury Regulation Section 1.409A-1(a)(5), or (ii) the Company is otherwise unable to continue to cover Executive under its group health plans without penalty under applicable law (including without limitation, Section 2716 of the Public Health Service Act), then, in either case, an amount equal to each remaining Company subsidy shall thereafter be paid to Executive in substantially equal monthly installments. After the Company ceases to pay premiums pursuant to this Section 4(b), Executive may, if eligible, elect to continue healthcare coverage at Executive’s expense in accordance with the provisions of COBRA. Executive shall notify the Company immediately if Executive becomes covered by a group health plan of a subsequent employer.

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