The benefits provided to states by federal unemployment compensation law are conditioned on meeting several requirements. This Article examines some of these requirements, how they came about, how the United States Department of Labor and the federal courts have interpreted them, and how conflicts between the states and the federal government have been resolved. The Article concludes that certain types of requirements work best within this federal-state system.
Federal Law Requirements for the Federal-State Unemployment Compensation System: Interpretation and Application,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
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