A sole practitioner who stopped taking clients to work part time for a law firm cannot collect unemployment benefits because the firm did not control her manner of work, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court panel has ruled.

In its decision, the unanimous three-judge panel wrote that Marci M. Schneider was still self-employed at the time she worked with Treadwell Law Offices and therefore failed to qualify for unemployment benefits.

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