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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Com. v. Corban Corp.

... Section 315 of the Act, 77 PS § 602, covers the filing requirements for benefits, and permits an injured employee three years to file a claim petition, and typically it is upon filing of a claim petition that the agency which administers the claims process becomes aware of an ...

Roberts v. UNEM. COMP. BD. OF REVIEW

... Id. Good cause is established where the action of the employee is justifiable or reasonable under the circumstances. Id. ... [2] This Court's scope of review in an unemployment compensation case is limited to determining whether constitutional rights were violated, whether an error ...

ASS'N OF PA. STATE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY FACULTIES v. LABOR REL BD.

... The Union maintains that this is contrary to the ruling in Bailey v. Ferndale Area School District, 70 Pa.Cmwlth. 628, 454 A.2d 207 (1982), that withholding accrued benefits from strikers is inherently destructive of employee rights and is an unfair labor practice. ...