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MI to Pay $20M to Workers Over False Accusations of Unemployment Fraud

Michigan will pay $20 million to people wrongfully accused of unemployment fraud.

The settlement announced by Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and law firm Pitt, McGehee, Palmer, Bonanni & Rivers on Thursday resolves a class-action lawsuit filed against the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency in 2015.

“This settlement honors my commitment to ensure those falsely accused by their government receive fair compensation for their suffering,” Nessel said in a statement. “All legal issues relative to the case have been decided and it is time to put this to rest and deliver this meaningful resolution to those Michigan residents who were harmed by this error.”

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