No. ED 86932.

190 S.W.3d 508 (2006)

Sara DAMERON, Claimant/Appellant, v. DRURY INNS, INC., Employer/Respondent, and Division of Employment Security, Respondent.

Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Division Three.

April 25, 2006.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Shawn M. Scharenborg, Jackson, MO, for appellant.

Cynthia A. Quetsch, Jefferson City, MO, Drury Inns Pro Se, St. Louis, MO, for respondents.


The claimant, Sara Dameron, appeals from the decision of the Labor Industrial Relations Commission, which held that she was discharged for misconduct connected with work and therefore was disqualified for unemployment-compensation benefits. Because the employer, Drury Inns, Inc., failed to meet its burden of proving that the claimant was discharged for misconduct connected with work, we reverse and remand.

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