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Williams v. Division of Employment Security

Court of Appeals of Missouri, Eastern District, Second Division

March 18, 2014

KEISHA WILLIAMS, Appellant,
v.
DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, Respondent

Appeal from the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission.

John J. Ammann, St. Louis University Law Clinic, Patricia A. Harrison, St. Louis, MO, for appellant.

Larry R. Ruhmann, Jefferson City, MO, for respondent.

Before Lawrence E. Mooney, P.J., Robert G. Dowd, Jr., J., and Sherri B. Sullivan, J. Lawrence E. Mooney, P.J., Robert G. Dowd, Jr., J., Sherri B. Sullivan, J., concurring.

OPINION

ORDER

PER CURIAM

The claimant, Keisha Williams, appeals the decision of the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission finding that she was unavailable for work and thus denying her unemployment compensation benefits. We affirm.

An opinion would have no precedential value. The parties have been provided with a memorandum, for their information only, setting forth the reasons for this decision.

We affirm the decision of the Commission. Rule 84.16(b)(4).


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