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  • How to Represent Yourself at an Unemployment Benefits Hearing

    Know Your Rights,Court Forms & Procedure

    If you have been denied unemployment compensation benefits, you have a right to appeal. If you have been allowed benefits, your former employer has the same right to appeal. If either you or your employer appeals, you will have a hearing with an administrative law judge. This explains how to represent yourself at the hearing. #7600EN Read More

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