We have successfully brought many unemployment appeals to the Court, and in doing so, we have been responsibility for establishing new case that has resulted in expanded protections for the unemployed, and the protection of due process rights for claimants. Some of our recent landmark successes include Silver v. Board of Review, which clarified the standards for misconduct and severe misconduct; Alicia v. Board of Review, which held that the Board of Review must provide notices in the primary language of the Claimant, and Dye v. Board of Review, which made it clear that negligent conduct, even in a medical setting, cannot constitute misconduct.
Unfortunately, due to the amount of work involved in these appeals, they are not inexpensive, but we handle these cases for a relatively low flat fee, and under certain conditions, can handle these appeals on a contingent basis. To learn more about filing an Appellate Division unemployment appeal, call us immediately for a free initial telephone consultation. We will explain your rights and responsibilities and help to guide you through this difficult process.