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09.32.11.00.htm 09.32.11.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 32 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE Chapter 11 Lower Appeals Division ― Appeals Procedure Authority: Labor and Employment Article, §8-504, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.32.11.01.htm 09.32.11.01. 01 Filing of Appeal.. A. Manner of Filing.. 1) An appeal from a claims examiner's determination or an appeal of a review determination shall be in writing and signed by the party appealing, or the party's attorney or authorized representative. The appeal may be filed by mail, by facsimile, by hand delivery to the Lower Appeals administrative office at the Lower Appeals Division address listed on the benefit determination or review determination, or by other electro
09.32.11.02.htm 09.32.11.02. 02 Hearings Before the Hearing Examiner.. A. Scheduling Authority. The scheduling authority in the case of an appeal pending before a Hearing Examiner is the Chief Hearing Examiner or the Chief Hearing Examiner’s designee.B. Notice of Hearing.. 1) The interested parties shall be given at least 7 business days notice in writing of the time and place of any hearing before the Hearing Examiner.2) Notice is sufficient when mailed to the party, postage prepaid, at the l
09.32.11.03.htm 09.32.11.03. 03 Hearing Examiner Decision.. A. After the hearing before the Hearing Examiner, the parties and the Secretary shall be notified of the decision of the Hearing Examiner and the reasons for it.B. The Hearing Examiner's decision shall include specific findings of fact on all relevant factual issues, and conclusions of law which apply the law to the facts found.C. Decisions of the Board of Appeals designated as precedent by the Board constitute legal precedent for the Hearing Examiner
09.32.11.04.htm 09.32.11.04. 04 Review by the Board of Appeals.. If the Hearing Examiner does not affirm the determination of the claims examiner or the review determination, the decision shall be accompanied by the notice of the right of appeal to the Board of Appeals. If the Hearing Examiner affirms the determination of the claims examiner or the review determination, the decision shall be accompanied by the notice of the provisions of the law providing for petition for review to request a discretionary appe
09.32.11.9999.htm 09.32.11.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 13, 2010 (37:25 Md. R. 1737). Regulation .01 amended effective April 23, 2018 (45:8 Md. R. 420). Regulation .02 amended effective April 23, 2018 (45:8 Md. R. 420). Regulation .02I amended effective April 24, 2017 (44:8 Md. R. 403). Regulation .04 amended effective April 23, 2018 (45:8 Md. R. 420).
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