The high court is geared up to decide if the Commonwealth Court was correct in holding the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review accountable for attorneys’ fees in a claimant’s appeal.

Both attorneys representing the UCBR and the disseting judges in the lower court opinion claim the majority’s decision has the potential to be taken to extremes, prompting claimants to sue the board for counsel fees every time one of its decisions is reversed.

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