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What Happens If The Administrative Law Judge Sides With The Employer During An Appeal In California?

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What Happens If The Administrative Law Judge Sides With The Employer During An Appeal In California?

Postby glinyeu52 » Sun May 07, 2017 9:30 pm

I received a ''notice of appeal and transmittal of appealed determination'' from the California EDD.


The initial determination ruled in my favor (claimant), ie. that I was indeed entitled to unemployment insurance.


Now the employer is filling an appeal, within the 20 days he had to do so. My question is as follows, if for some reason the Administrative Law Judge sides with the employer this time, obviously my unemployment benefits stop (I have not been claiming any for a while anyhow), but can they also request that I reimburse all the benefits received (over a year's worth)?

(California specific answers please because this appears to be a state issue - Thanks for the help !)
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What Happens If The Administrative Law Judge Sides With The Employer During An Appeal In California?

Postby Lindel » Mon May 08, 2017 11:10 am

yes you would have to pay it back
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Postby Ardwolf » Thu May 11, 2017 11:08 pm

You combat their charm. i'm not sure of EDD or comprehend what extension reward are. Is that extension of the unemployment or is that workers repayment reward? Courts take time and that's not honest. particularly everyone seems to be doing without funds on an identical time as they'd desire to combat it. comparable with incapacity. solid success to you. while they document charm, you may desire to combat it.
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Postby connlaio98 » Sat May 20, 2017 2:27 am

Yes you have to repay all the benefits you received if your claim is denied. Why do you think you would keep any benefits you are not entitled to ?
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