Joseph v. South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, 082919 SCALC, 19-ALJ-22-0048-AP

Docket Nº:19-ALJ-22-0048-AP
Opinion Judge:Deborah Brooks Durden, Judge
Party Name:Joy J. Joseph, Appellant, v. South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce and General Information Solutions, LLC, Respondents.
Case Date:August 29, 2019
Court:South Carolina Administrative Law Court Decisions
 
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Joy J. Joseph, Appellant,

v.

South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce and General Information Solutions, LLC, Respondents.

No. 19-ALJ-22-0048-AP

South Carolina Administrative Law Court Decisions

August 29, 2019

ORDER OF DISMISSAL

Deborah Brooks Durden, Judge

This matter is before me on an appeal filed February 15, 2019 by Joy J. Joseph (Appellant), who is appealing the final decision of the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (Respondent). Pursuant to SCALC Rule 37(A), Appellant was required to file an appellate brief in the above-captioned matter with this Court and to serve all parties with the same "within twenty (20) days after the filing of the Record on Appeal." SCALC Rule 37(A). The Respondent filed its Record on Appeal with this Court on March 26, 2019. The Appellant had until April 15, 2019 to file her brief. By virtue of her request for an appeal, Appellant had an obligation to advance her position, and Appellant was given ample time to do so. Nonetheless, Appellant failed to file an appellate brief in support of her appeal.

Pursuant to SCALC Rule 38, an Administrative Law Judge...

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