Terminations & Quitting

Unemployment Benefits – Denied for Employment Misconduct

The Minnesota Court of Appeals reviewed a claim for unemployment benefits after an applicant claimed he was terminated from his job for reasons other than employment misconduct.  The case was called Labalestra v. Columns Resource Group, Inc. In Minnesota, an applicant is eligible for unemployment benefits if they are discharged or fired for reasons other […]


TALX – Who are they and will they affect unemployment?

TALX is a business that helps other businesses reduce unemployment claims.  They represent small businesses and large businesses in Minnesota.  If you worked in Minnesota and are appealing a claim for unemployment benefits, chances are may run into TALX.  Thus, if you are appealing a claim for unemployment benefits and receive notice that your employer or […]

Applicants & Employers

Unemployed for Reasons Other than Layoff

If a terminated employee is unemployed for any reason other than lack of work, Minnesota unemployment law requires that a process be followed to determine whether a terminated employee is eligible for unemployment benefits. The following is the general process for unemployed workers: Unemployed employee will be asked questions about why they are unemployed. The […]

Unemployment Lawyer in Mankato

If you are looking for an unemployment lawyer in Mankato, contact the law office IAJ Law, LLC.  This law office is located near Mankato and helps people with unemployment claims.  An unemployment lawyer near Mankato can help you with issues related to benefits, laws, procedures, and appeals. At the law office IAJ Law, LLC, you […]

Recent Appeals…

Unemployment Appeal Quit for Medical Reasons

In Minnesota, the Court of Appeals reviewed an unemployment appeal where an applicant for unemployment benefits may have quit due to a medical necessity.  This case was called Newkirk v. Gerard Treatment Programs, LLC. Generally speaking, a worker in Minnesota who quits their job is ineligible for unemployment benefits.  However, a worker in Minnesota might […]

Unemployment Appeal – Good Reason to Quit

Recently, the Minnesota Court of Appeals decided an unemployment appeal where the issue was whether or not the applicant for unemployment benefits in Minnesota quit her employment for a good reason caused by her employer.  This case was called Marsh v. Dungarvin Minn, LLC. At the conclusion of an unemployment phone appeal hearing, the unemployment […]

Unemployment Appeal: Employer Relocation

The Minnesota Court of Appeals recently decided that a specific increase in an employee commute was not strong enough for the employee to quit their job and collect unemployment benefits.  The decision under Werner v. Medical professionals, LLC reversed the decision rendered by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).  In this case, […]

MN Unemployment Laws:

Minnesota Unemployment Laws

Minnesota unemployment laws are provided under Minnesota Chapter 268 and Minnesota … [Read More]

Changes to Minnesota Unemployment Laws

Changes to Minnesota unemployment laws in 2013 in comparison to 2012 are limited. … [Read More]

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