answered on Nov 13, 2020
A Delaware attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It isn't fully clear whether you are looking to challenge hiring restrictions appearing in a corporation's constitution, or are looking to appeal a lower court decision involving those restrictions. In... Read more »
answered on Oct 16, 2015
No, but a motion to set it aside might be granted under these circumstances.
I lost my job due to no fault of my own, became a displaced employee 6/1/11. I began receiving unemployment benefits until 5/26/12. I then was sent an ineligibility letter stating that in accordance with Virginia Code 60.2-614, I did not work 30 - 240 hours following the subsequent claim and will... Read more »
answered on Jan 30, 2013
Does the letter actually say "ineligible until 99-99-99?" If it does, you should contact whoever sent you the letter and ask them to send a new letter with the correct date. When you receive the new letter, write again.
answered on Jan 10, 2013
I am not an expert on unemployment issues, but it seems to me that if you voluntarily quit your job, you would not win the appeal. You either quit or you didn't quit. However, if your attorney was negligent and that negligence resulted in a financial loss, you may have a claim against the attorney.
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