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Administrative: Denial Of Benefits- Disqualification- Transferred Property Penalty

Where a personal representative challenged the state’s rejection of the decedent’s application for MO HealthNet benefits, the judgment is affirmed because the transfer on death of the decedent’s homestead for no consideration was a voluntary disposal of assets by a ...

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Unemployment compensation: Disqualification – Discharge – Medical Restrictions

Where an unemployment compensation claimant became unemployed because documented medical restrictions prevented him from performing his job, the claimant did not leave work voluntarily, but was instead discharged, and the claimant’s physical inability to do his job did not constitute ...

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Unemployment Compensation: Disqualification – Discharge – Credibility Determination

Where two witnesses for an employer testified that an unemployment compensation claimant was not being terminated at a meeting at which he was told he would not receive a raise, the commission found the employer’s witnesses to be more credible ...

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Lawyer Webb may keep working on corruption case

Dan Webb, the Winston & Strawn chairman defending a former Illinois Republican Party leader accused of corruption, may continue to represent his client, a judge ruled, denying a government disqualification request. Federal prosecutors argued that Webb should be barred from ...

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