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Many employers require departing employees to sign a severance agreement. In order to protect yourself, it is wise to have an attorney review any documents before you sign, since some employers may seek to keep you from applying for unemployment benefits or obtaining new employment in the geographic area or industry.
Fault overpayment of unemployment compensation benefits generally involves intentional deception on the part of the recipient. Department of Labor can seek repayment for a period of 10 years, and seeking legal counsel may assist in an appeal.
Non-fault overpayment of unemployment compensation benefits may mean a reduction in future benefit payments, for a time.
In order to be eligible for unemployment compensation, Pennsylvania law requires the recipient must meet work search criteria.
It may be in your best interest to involve an experienced attorney before your unemployment compensation appeal hearing.
Starting a business while receiving unemployment benefits could cause your benefits to end, and may result in an overpayment determination.