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Third District: Unemployment

Judge Schwartz has often turned a good line. In this case, he authored an opinion affirming a decision to award unemployment benefits to an employee who had made multiple mistakes. The mistakes did not amount to misconduct, however, so they were not a basis to deny benefits. “Several zeros are still zero,” the court tersely concluded.

















































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