When all else fails and you absolutely, positively must get the attention of your employer overnight, make a social media post about putting a baseball bat upside your supervisor’s head. That’s how it played out for Margaret Whichard, an ...Read More »
A certified nursing assistant who failed to object to evidence entered during a telephonic evidentiary hearing in her quest to obtain unemployment benefits unwittingly allowed that evidence—a damning letter from a coworker—to become competent evidence against her.Read More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits ticked lower last week, pushing down the four-week average of applications to its lowest level since April 2000. Weekly applications fell 1,000 to a seasonally adjusted 264,000 last week, ...
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Administrative — Judicial Review – Civil Practice – Service of Process – Subject Matter Jurisdiction – Labor & Employment
Isenberg v. North Carolina Department of Commerce (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-07-0399, 9 pp.) (Douglas McCullough, J.) Appealed from Guilford County Superior Court (A. Robinson Hassell, J.) N.C. App. Holding: Since petitioner failed to serve her former employer with process within ...Read More »