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Case No. 21-1948

Kyle A. Dornath
v.
Employment Appeal Board

Kyle Dornath appeals from the district court’s order on judicial review affirming the Employment Appeal Board’s (EAB) decision to deny Dornath unemployment benefits for the week he was attending mandatory training as part of an apprenticeship program. Dornath argues prior precedent interpreting the statutory requirements for unemployment demonstrates he is eligible for benefits. Dornath further argues he was not required to demonstrate that he was able and available to work in order to qualify for unemployment benefits because he qualified for benefits under either the partial unemployment or temporary unemployment exemption. Additionally, Dornath contends he did not take a voluntary leave of absence for the week in question.

County:
Polk

Appellant

Kyle A. Dornath

Appellee

Employment Appeal Board

Attorney for the Appellant

Jason R. McClitis

Attorneys for the Appellee

Rick Autry

Gayla R. Harrison

Supreme Court

Oral Argument Schedule

Non-Oral

Oct 13, 2022 1:30 PM

Briefs

Supreme Court Opinion

Opinion Number:
21-1948
Date Published:
Mar 31, 2023

Other Information

Date Retained:
Jun 01, 2022

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