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Trial court rulings not challenged on appeal (access required)

Where claimant contested the denial of her claim for unemployment compensation, her appeal lacks merit because she is only challenging alleged errors of the Virginia Employment Commission instead of the trial court’s ruling. “Claimant raises several assignments of error, none of which contest rulings by the circuit court. Instead, the assignments of error challenge only rulings ...