Received severance lump sum, TN, denied unemployment. I am awaiting an appeal hearing as I understand the law states if it is a lump sum payment then its not distributed, it was taxed at the gift tax rate, will I win an appeal?

Separation letter states severance pay, severance agreement states lump sum payout taxed at 22%. I was denied unemployment and I have appealed. Doesn’t the law state if it was a lump sum and not distributed that i qualify? I was told upon separation that I qualified for unemployment

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