(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a reimbursing employer is
not liable for paying a reimbursement for benefits paid to an individual, regardless
of whether the employer was named as the individual's last work, if the individual's
separation from work with the employer resulted from the individual:
(1) being discharged for misconduct; or
(2) voluntarily leaving work without good cause connected with the individual's work.
(b) A reimbursing employer may contest reimbursements billed to the employer by the
commission in violation of this section using the dispute resolution procedures prescribed
by Chapter 212 and rules adopted under that chapter.
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