Terminations & Quitting

Subpoenas for an Unemployment Appeal

In Minnesota, a person seeking unemployment benefits has the right to collect documents and seek testimony from others to support their eligibility for unemployment benefits.  To enforce these rights, a person should file a request for a subpoena. Under Minnesota law, a subpoena is a term meaning an ULJ compels the attendance of witnesses, the […]

Crowd Labor Could Affect Unemployment Benefits

Do you know what crowd labor is?  Crowd labor, sometimes called crowd sourcing or micro tasks, is a fairly recent phenomenon.  The draw to crowd labor is the ability to do work in the comforts of your home without leaving your house. Crowd labor means a person, in exchange for a nominal amount of money, […]

Applicants & Employers

Unemployment Lawyer in Mankato

If you are looking for an unemployment lawyer in Mankato, contact the law office IAJ Law, LLC.  This law office is located near Mankato and helps people with unemployment claims.  An unemployment lawyer near Mankato can help you with issues related to benefits, laws, procedures, and appeals. At the law office IAJ Law, LLC, you […]

Desempleo Abogado en Minnesota

Si usted habla español y necesita ayuda con las prestaciones por desempleo o ayuda para presentar una apelación para beneficios de desempleo en Minnesota, por favor póngase en contacto con este bufete de abogados en busca de ayuda. Las prestaciones por desempleo en Minnesota puede ser muy confuso, especialmente si usted es incapaz de hablar Inglés. Por lo tanto, por favor envíe un correo electrónico a la oficina de Derecho de la ley IAJ, LLC con el spaeen la parte derecha de […]

Recent Appeals…

Unemployment Appeal – Good Reason to Quit

Recently, the Minnesota Court of Appeals decided an unemployment appeal where the issue was whether or not the applicant for unemployment benefits in Minnesota quit her employment for a good reason caused by her employer.  This case was called Marsh v. Dungarvin Minn, LLC. At the conclusion of an unemployment phone appeal hearing, the unemployment […]

Unemployment Appeal: Misrepresenting Hiring Application

An employee fired for misrepresenting her background on a job application was not entitled to unemployment benefits. The Minnesota Court of Appeals held that her failure to state that she was fired from her prior job for felony exploitation of a vulnerable adult constituted disqualifying “misconduct” once the new employer learned of the prior transgression. […]

Unemployment Appeal: Employer failed to Attend

An employer failed to attend a Minnesota unemployment appeal hearing conducted by phone.  In Minnesota, an unemployment phone appeal hearing is used to determine whether an applicant (employee) is eligible for unemployment benefits.  The unemployment law judge (ULJ) decided that the employee was eligible for unemployment benefits.  The employer appealed the decision by filing a […]

MN Unemployment Laws:

Minnesota Unemployment Laws

Minnesota unemployment laws are provided under Minnesota Chapter 268 and Minnesota … [Read More]

Changes to Minnesota Unemployment Laws

Changes to Minnesota unemployment laws in 2013 in comparison to 2012 are limited. … [Read More]

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