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I worked for a law firm for four years. The partnership split up December 2012. Since I have worked for just one of the attorneys. I did not sign any new paperwork with him. He pays me via a hand written check and I do not get a pay stub to show any deductions. If his solo practice ends and I get laid off, what happens if I apply for UI and he hasn't paid into it for me? Can I still get it? Would it skip the last 9 months and go back to when I was employed by the law firm?
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Ask him if he has paid it.  Talk to the dept of labor.  If you need to collect you can ask them to use an alternate base year.
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