Benefits Continuation Period

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Benefits Continuation Period. Means if a Triggering Event has occurred, the three-year period immediately following the Executive's termination of employment.
Benefits Continuation Period. Means if a Triggering Event has occurred, the three-year two-year period immediately following the Executive's termination of employment.
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Benefits Continuation Period. The period of time commencing with the date of the Employee's Involuntary Termination at any time and ending the number of months following the date of the Employee's Involuntary Termination specified for the relevant benefits in the Employee's Participation Agreement.
Benefits Continuation Period. The earlier to occur of (i) the expiration of a Participant's eligibility for coverage under COBRA and (ii) the expiration of the eighteen (18) month period immediately following the Participant's Date of Termination
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