Corporate officers who exert a "substantial amount of control" over their corporation are deemed self-employed and ineligible for unemployment benefits under Pennsylvania law.
You have two choices, either show that you did not exert substantial control, or actually file bankruptcy for the business, because there is a bankruptcy exception which requires that corporate officers receive unemployment benefits.
I can't say whether or not you can prevail -- but, apparently, whatever evidence you have provided thus far as not convinced the hearings officers. So, you either need a different tack, or you'll have to throw in the towel.
Please don't shoot the messenger. Hope this helps.
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