I had an unemployment appeals hearing that I lost. I Appealed the decision won and the was given a new hearing. At the 2nd hearing at get heated between myself and the employer. The referee stopped the hearing.
There is no official ruling on record after 4months. What Does that mean?
It sounds like the hearing wasn't completed. You need to complete the hearing to get a ruling. Behaving unprofessionally can result in, as you are experiencing, delays in adjudicating your case. Good luck.
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From many years of professional experience representing employees in U/C cases I offer this possibility: If the employer had a lawyer representing them at the hearing, the lawyer may have intentionally tried to anger and upset you--just to give the hearing officer a first hand look at how your past behavior at work looked like. So, forewarned is forearmed: If they give you another bite at the apple, have a lawyer with you at the next evidentiary hearing; and try not to get into another shouting match.
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