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Addona
The human resource manager and another manager appeared at the hearing. But neither of them could provide first hand testimony.
Aleksiewicz
A truck driver lost his CDL as a result of DWI, but he collects unemployment on a technicality.
Belica
He represented himslef. He failed to follow a certain motion. One court gave him leeway. This court does not.
Claudio
No call, no show, three days.
Derose
A franchise agreement does not turn a worker into an independent contractor.
Fullerton
Disabled workers also need to be able and available for work, regardless of their condition.
Johnson
For four years, they paid her at the end of each week. Now they proposed to pay a week later. She quit.
Joseph
Claims he was fired as a whistleblower because he refused to reconcile accounts the way he was instructed.
JSF
These product demonstrators are employees and not independent contractors.
Lantieri
The trial court may not find its own facts. It must rely on what the Board finds to be the facts.
Marquand
She appealed too late. Seven years later, that late appeal comes back to haunt her.
Moffett et al
An employee fired for lifting less than $25 worht of company property may still collect unemployment.
Ray
Quit because she thought a new job would offer better medical benefits.
Reeder
A procedural error sinks his appeal. He appealed to Superior Court; but he did not file a motion to correct the Board's findings.
Tosado
It started with such a minor matter: someone brought their daughter to work and let her staple some papers. But because the supervisor did not report this, he got fired.
Warner
Refused to back down when another worker started shoving him around.
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