Monday, August 2, 2010

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - EMPLOYER DEFAULTS

Here is example 2:

1. Claimant is terminated and applies for benefits.

2. Employer files objection.

3. DOL investigates and holds Claimant eligible.

4. Employer requests hearing.

5. At hearing, Employer defaults. Decision issued in favor of Claimant.

6. Employer sends letter to Appeals Board that it did not receive Notice of Hearing in time.

7. Appeals Board send out notice of application to reopen granted.

8. Claimant's counsel sends letter to Appeals Board objecting to application.

9. Employer send letter to Appeals Board that it is not requesting a reopening but merely advising that it never received notice.

10. Claimant's counsel sends letter to Appeals Board asking that it treat Employer's letter as a withdrawal of objection.

11. Appeals Board schedules a second hearing.

12. At second hearing, Employer defaults.

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