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My bottom line question is, once the diagnosis is conclusive (and if I can observe this, the psychiatrist should be able to), should X divulge this to TWC? It might stop a chargeback to the folks who after all employed him for a year, and probably 10 months longer than it should have.

How would divulging his medical condition stop TWC from a chargeback? The employer pays into a pool and unemployed people who were not fired for cause can draw benefits. Are you saying that if he divulges this he will no longer be able to get unemployment insurance benefits?

Personally, I wouldn't divulge anything about my medical condition to the TWC, unless failure to divulge would make me lose benefits. Which I don't think is the case here.

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