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Unemployment compensation

Apr 25, 2023

Wisconsin Assembly to vote on limits for unemployment aid

Gov. Tony Evers vetoed nearly identical legislation in his first term.

Apr 14, 2020

Wisconsin Assembly OKs virus bill in first virtual session

The Wisconsin Assembly overwhelmingly approved a sweeping coronavirus relief bill Tuesday during a virtual session, the first time state lawmakers have gathered since the pandemic began in the United States.

Jul 1, 2015

Costly mistakes: Fight rages over who has burden of proving unemployment fraud

After Megan Coronado lost three jobs in 2011, she thought the obvious next step was to file for unemployment benefits.

Sep 11, 2012

Employment — unemployment compensation — misconduct

2011AP2899 Walter v. Labor and Industry Review Commission, et al.

Jul 3, 2012

Employment — unemployment compensation — misconduct

2011AP2531 Sallis v. Labor and Industry Review Commission, et al.

May 31, 2012

Employment — unemployment compensation — voluntary termination

2011AP1555 Lacy v. Labor and Industry Review Commission, et al.

Feb 23, 2012

Employment — unemployment compensation — misconduct

2011AP986 Scot Forge Company v. Labor and Industry Review Commission

Sep 29, 2011

Excavation co. owner charged with embezzling from employees (UPDATE)

The owner of Allen Howe & Son Inc. is facing charges he embezzled more than $56,000 from employees.

May 24, 2011

2010AP465 Grall v. State of Wisconsin Labor and Industry Review Commission, et al.

Employment Unemployment compensation Kristin B. Grall, pro se, appeals from an order of the circuit court, which affirmed the decision of the Labor and Industry Review Commission. Grall primarily contends that she should have been allowed to adjourn her unemployment compensation appeal hearing so that she could subpoena additional witnesses. We affirm. This opinion shall […]

Mar 8, 2011

2010AP430 Galindo v. Labor and Industry Review Commission

Employment Unemployment compensation; misconduct The Labor and Industry Review Commission appeals from a judgment reversing the Commission’s finding that Albert Galindo’s positive drug test for marijuana constituted misconduct for unemployment compensation purposes within the meaning of Wis. Stat. § 108.04(5). We reverse. This opinion will not be published. 2010AP430 Galindo v. Labor and Indu[...]

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