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Unemployment Comp – Paralegal – Misconduct (access required)

A paralegal discharged from his position with a solo workers’ comp practitioner can collect unemployment comp, as his former employer did not prove that his deficiencies in job performance rose to the level of misconduct; the Court of Appeals affirms the award. At issue is the degree of deference the commission owes to its appeals examiner’s ...

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