I have this guy who quit, and then claimed Unemployment. I have a guy who I fired for misconduct, and then he made a claim. So what are my chances of winning this case? Should I even bother?

Here are the rates at which claimants were denied benefits in 1994, in those cases which involved what are called "separation issues":

STATEDENIED
percent
RANK
Nebraska831
Alabama782
South Carolina773
Mississippi754
Arkansas755
Delaware746
Vermont737
Alaska738
Colorado709
Maryland7010
Tennessee6911
North Carolina6912
New Jersey6813
Kentucky6514
Florida6415
D.C6416
South Dakota6317
Georgia6318
Ohio6219
Montana6220
West Virginia6121
Missouri6022
Michigan6023
Idaho6024
New Mexico5925
Oklahoma5926
Indiana5727
Iowa5728
Illinois5729
Arizona5730
Massachusetts5631
Nevada5632
Louisiana5533
Washington5334
Virginia5335
New York5136
Hawaii5037
Texas5038
Rhode Island4939
New hampshire4840
California4741
Pennsylvania4742
North Dakota4743
Wisconsin4644
Virgin Islands4645
Minnesota4546
Kansas4347
Oregon4248
Maine4049
Utah4050
Wyoming3651
Puerto Rico3552
Connecticut2653