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After an eight-hour evidentiary hearing in the case of Payne v. Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR), Second Judicial District Court Judge Barry Breslow held the State of Nevada in contempt of court for failing to follow the Court’s July 22, 2020 order to continue paying unemployment benefits to about 9,000 people who had… Read more »

Originally Published by RENO, Nev. (KOLO) Noah Bond. Original Article can be found here. The Honorable Barry L. Breslow of the Second Judicial District Court in Nevada set a hearing December 3 at 9:00 a.m. to determine if the state is in contempt. On June 25, he found that Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR) had for… Read more »

Originally Published by Steve Wolford Wednesday, October 8th 2020: Original Article can be found here. View Television Article Here Las Vegas (KSNV) — In the words of a frustrated Reno attorney, “We are back to where we were approximately a month ago.” Mark Thierman says the latest efforts to secure Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) payments in his class… Read more »

Originally Published by Steve Wolford Wednesday, October 14th 2020: Original Article can be found here. View Television Article Here LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Reno attorney Mark Thierman says he still hasn’t heard back from the Nevada Supreme Court on his motion for an emergency hearing on behalf of Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claimants, as part of his ongoing lawsuit… Read more »

Written by Michelle Rindels – Published: October 16th, 2020 – the original article can be found here. A temporary, $300-per-week add-on unemployment benefit through the Lost Wages Assistance program has started flowing to Nevada claimants and should be completed “over the next several days,” state officials announced on Friday. The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and… Read more »

Amethyst Payne v State of Nevada ex rel Nevada Department of Employment Training and Rehabilitation, Case No. CV20-0075 (filed Second Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and for the County of Washoe, May 13, 2020) Haga clic para leer en español: CARTA A LOS DEMANDANTES DE DETR Case Update If you continue to… Read more »

By Michelle Rindells – September 10, 2020 – 12:27 pm THE NEVADA INDEPENDENT – Plaintiffs’ Attorney, Leah Jones told the Court, “We just hope that the same reasoning you applied to the state for the special master’s fees would be applied to all the people, all of Nevada citizens … who have lost their homes, have… Read more »

Last updated: August 20th, 2020 – 2:23pm – the original article can be found here. Nevada should do away with its two-part unemployment claims system that has been bouncing applicants from one program to the other, and the state continues to create due process concerns because of delays in the ability of claimants to appeal… Read more »

By KEN RITTER  Published by AP News, July 20, 2020 LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada judge said Monday the state unemployment office has to begin paying pandemic relief benefits to out-of-work gig and independent workers who haven’t completely stopped working and were cut off from receiving payments. Judge Barry Breslow in Reno ruled that… Read more »

Judge Breslow’s Order Entered Leer en español: AQUÍ Judge Breslow signed the Order directing DETR to take three specific actions, set a follow up hearing for July 30, at 10:00 a.m., asked Special Master Guinasso to remain available to the Court, and reserved the right to modify the Order as a result of facts presented at… Read more »