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Lowman v. Unemployment Bd. of Review

Pennsylvania Supreme Court

July 24, 2020

In Lowman v. Unemployment Board of Review, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court confronted an important issue in the gig economy: Is an Uber driver self-employed and thus ineligible for unemployment benefits? According to the Court, under the two-factor test in section 753(I)(2)(B), the petitioner was not self-employed and is eligible for benefits.

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