I was fired from my job approximately a month ago without warning. Long story short, I applied for unemployment (despite having been terminated), and after about three weeks, they contacted me and stated that the evidence presented to them showed that I was fired without just cause under section 4141.29(D)(2)(a) of the Ohio Revised Code. Can I therefore sue my employer for wrongful dismissal, since a state government agency has concluded that my employer fired me without just cause?I forgot to mention that I was a member of a union. I am sure that is relevant but I don't know for sure.
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