Employee dismissed for alleged forgery of a document. The document was not produced to anyone and was not intended to go out without the express written consent via e-mail of the parties involved. E-mail exists to prove permission was asked to send new doc - respondent of e-mail later denies correspondence exists. Employee was out due to illness and the document was confiscated by office manager who presented it to partner while employee was out ill. When employee returns - he is immediately dismissed for alleged forgery. The employer then presents a written statement of this alleged act to the TUC so that benefits are denied. Proof exists of the alleging parties involvement of malicious intent to defame and get the employee fired via e-mails and documented conversations.
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Your former employer had an absolute legal right to contest your application for unemployment benefits, and to state the underlying circumstances and reasons for its actions and judgments in terminating you. You cannot sue for the positions and arguments taken by your former employer in the unemployment proceeding.
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