Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
Section 470. Attorney Fees.
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AS 23.20.470. Attorney Fees.

(a) An attorney at law representing a claimant on appeal to the courts is entitled to reasonable counsel fees as fixed by the court and necessary court costs and printing disbursements as fixed by the court.

(b) The department shall pay the counsel fees, costs, and disbursements out of employment security administration funds in a court appeal (1) from an administrative or judicial decision favorable in whole or in part to the claimant, (2) by a claimant from a department decision which reverses a tribunal decision in the claimant's favor, (3) as a result of which the claimant is awarded benefits, or (4) by a claimant from a decision by a tribunal, the department, or court which was not unanimous.


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