Unemployed Workers Union Vows To Keep Fighting After Baltimore Judge Dismisses LawsuitA class-action lawsuit filed by a coalition of Marylanders seeking unemployment benefits for those who haven’t received them has been thrown out.
State Agencies Say Labor Shortages Are Impacting Processing Times For Unemployment ClaimsThousands of Marylanders are still waiting for unemployment checks and the company assisting the state is working overtime to make it happen. But, the labor shortage is taking its toll on these state agencies.
Unemployed Workers Union Continue Push For Unpaid BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union is continuing its push for the payment of unemployment benefits that they say have not been provided to thousands of Marylanders.
Unemployment Workers Union Files Amended Class Action ComplaintsThe Unemployed Workers Union filed an amended complaint Wednesday for the thousands of Marylanders who are still locked out of their accounts or haven't yet received their unemployment benefits.
Judge To Issue Decision On Federal Unemployment Benefits Class Action Lawsuit Hours Before Benefits ExpireJudge Fletcher Hill announced Friday that he will issue a written decision by 10 a.m. Saturday. The benefits expire Saturday at 11:59 p.m.
Unemployed Workers Union Files Class Action Lawsuit In Hopes That A Federal Judge Will Reinstate Enhanced BenefitsThe Federal Relief Act budgeted aid for states to provide additional relief for the unemployed through September 2021, however, in June, Governor Larry Hogan announced Maryland would be discontinuing the additional federal benefit.
Unemployed Workers Union File Class Action Lawsuit To Prevent End Of Federal BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union has filed a class-action lawsuit naming Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Labor, Tiffany Robinson, as defendants.