What Happens After The Hearing?
The Administrative Law Judge who conducts the hearing will mail a written decision to the parties. The written decision is usually mailed to the parties within seven days after the hearing.
The Administrative Law Judge's decision can be appealed to the Louisiana Board of Review. The appeal must be filed within 15 days of the mailing date on the Administrative Law Judge's decision. The decision of the Board of Review can be appealed in the state district courts, also within 15 days of the mailing date.
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Additional Employment Law for Employees Articles
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- What Happens After I File My Claim?
- How Much Can I Receive In Unemployment Benefits?
- When Will I Receive My First Check?
- Can I Claim Weekly Benefits By Telephone?
- Are Ui Benefits Taxable?
- Can I Work And Still Receive Partial Benefits?
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- Can The Employer Do Anything About The Claim?
- What Can I Do If I Am Denied Benefits?
- What Will Happen At The Appeals Hearing?
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- What Is The Tax Rate?
- How Do I Pay My Unemployment Taxes?
- Please Explain The New Hire Program?
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- How Do I File A Claim For Discrimination?
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