Unemployment Compensation

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Amendments to Pa.R.A.P. 2572 on timing of movement of record on remand effective April 1, 2017.

Suspended Attorney can Represent Party in Unemployment Hearing

An attorney suspended from the practice of law could serve as the claimant’s representative at an unemployment referee’s hearing, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court decided in Powell v. Unemployment Compensation Bd. of Review

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.

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