House Arrest

House Arrest is Not “Incarceration” for Purposes of Unemployment Compensation Law Disqualifier

A claimant on house arrest was not “incarcerated” and therefore not ineligible for unemployment benefits, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held in Chamberlain v. UCBR.

By | 2015-05-15T11:59:01+00:00 May 21st, 2015|Categories: Employment Law|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on House Arrest is Not “Incarceration” for Purposes of Unemployment Compensation Law Disqualifier