BOARD OF APPEALS
|DECISION NO.: 1119-BR-90
DATE: November 2, 1990
CLAIMANT: Karen Charron
| APPEAL NO.: 9010583
L O. NO.: 22
Issue: Whether the claimant was able to work, available for work,
and actively seeking work within the meaning of Section 4(c) of the law.
NOTICE OF RIGHT OF APPEAL TO COURT
YOU MAY FILE AN APPEAL FROM THIS DECISION IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE LAWS OF MARYLAND. THE APPEAL MAYBE TAKEN IN PERSON
OR THROUGH AN ATTORNEY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTIMORE
CITY. IF YOU RESIDE IN BALTIMORE CITY, OR THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE COUNTY IN MARYLAND IN WHICH YOU RESIDE.
THE PERIOD FOR FILING AN APPEAL EXPIRES AT MIDNIGHT ON December 2, 1990.
|FOR THE CLAIMANT:
|| FOR THE EMPLOYER:
REVIEW ON THE RECORD
Upon review of the record in this case, the Board of Appeals
reverses the decision of the Hearing Examiner. The Board
adopts the findings of fact of the Hearing Examiner.
However, the Board disagrees with the Hearing Examiner's conclusions
of law. The claimant's training program has not been approved
so as to relieve her of the requirements of Section 4(c)
of the law, specifically work search.
Neither the Board of Appeals, nor a Hearing Examiner, has the
authority to waive the work search requirements of Section
4(c) of the law. The Board has no authority with regard
The claimant has not engaged in approved training and is not
exempt from the work search requirements of Section 4(c)
of the Maryland Unemployment Insurance Law. Benefits are
denied from the week beginning July 8, 1990 and until
she meets the requirements of Section 4(c) of the law.
The decision of the Hearing Examiner is reversed.
COPIES MAILED TO:
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - BEL AIR
John McGucken, Legal Counsel, D.E.E.D.