Legal Question in Employment Law in New York

Labor department is stopping my unemployment insurance benefits because my last employer said that I was fired because of reasons other than "lack of work" , which is not true. What can I do to challenge this? What they are doing, is it legal?

Asked on 9/12/13, 9:34 am

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Arnold Nager Arnold H. Nager, Esquire
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There is an appeal procedure. The details should be listed on your denial of benefits letter. There are strict time limits, so do not delay.

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Answered on 9/12/13, 10:41 am

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