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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Doesn't look like you have a valid claim as your employer had a right to object.
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Your employer has the right to do this.
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