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CASE NAME: Patrick Kelly, Relator, vs. Ambassador Press, Inc., Respondent, Department of Employment and Economic Development, Respondent.
Read the opinion in this case at A10-517
CITATION: 792 N.W.2d 103 (Minn. Ct. App. 2010)
Legal Issues in RESPONDENT-DEPARTMENT'S BRIEF AND APPENDIX:
Under the law, an individual who is discharged from his employment for violating the standards of behavior the employer has a right to expect of him, or for conduct demonstrating a lack of concern for the job, commits employment misconduct, and is ineligible for unemployment benefits. Ambassador Press, Inc. terminated Patrick Kelly after he failed to inspect products for defects, causing a customer to cancel its account with Ambassador Press. Kelly had previously been warned for failing to inspect products. Did Kelly commit acts constituting employment misconduct under Minnesota law? Unemployment Law Judge ("ULJ") Elizabeth Owen found Kelly was terminated for employment misconduct, and was ineligible for unemployment benefits.
Also Filed: PRO SE INFORMAL BRIEF OF RELATOR PATRICK H. KELLY; PRO SE INFORMAL REPLY BRIEF OF RELATOR PATRICK H. KELLY