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Unless an appeal is taken to the district court, the right of appeal provided in chapter 176 shall be the exclusive remedy for reviewing the actions of the commissioner, the Workers' Compensation Division or a compensation judge in a matter arising under chapter 176. On any appeal taken by an employee or an employer or insurer to the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals, or the Supreme Court, the decision of the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals, or the decision of the Supreme Court on its review, as the case may be, shall be final and conclusive as to all parties to the proceedings as to all matters at issue determined by a decision. In all cases the decision of the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals on appeal, or of the Supreme Court on review, as the case may be, shall stand in lieu of the order of the commissioner or the division or the compensation judge from whom the appeal was taken.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Minnesota Statutes Labor, Industry (Ch. 175-189) § 175A.10. Appeals and reviews - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mn/labor-industry-ch-175-189/mn-st-sect-175a-10/
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