Here is the summary:
A14-0288, Nancy Sager, Relator, vs. Fraser, Respondent, Department of Employment and Economic Development,
Relator Nancy Sager challenges the determination by an unemployment law judge (ULJ) that Sager is disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits because she committed employment misconduct by failing to provide medical documentation to support her continued leave of absence. Sager argues that (1) the ULJ’s factual findings
are not supported by substantial evidence in the record; (2) the ULJ erred by attributing to her the failure of her medical provider to complete and provide the medical forms; and (3) her failure in submitting the medical forms was not misconduct but was instead caused by inadvertence, her reasonable belief that it was not necessary, or a good faith error in judgment. We affirm.
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