Are mere mistakes made on the job enough to deny someone unemployment benefits after they’ve been let go? Or should people be able to receive benefits as long as their firing wasn’t the result of deliberate misdeeds?
The independent body that reviews administrative law decisions has slammed the state Department of Workforce Development over proposed changes to circuit court reviews of unemployment benefit decisions.
A debtor who was unable to find a job after a decade-long search met the Bankruptcy Code’s standard for discharge of her student loan debt, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in reversing judgment.