Williams v. DWS

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Williams v. DWS.   Case No. 20010367-CA

IN THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS

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Ines J. Williams,
Petitioner,

v.

Department of Workforce Services, Workforce Appeals Board,
Respondent.

MEMORANDUM DECISION
(Not For Official Publication)

Case No. 20010637-CA

F I L E D
(November 29, 2001)

2001 UT App 364

 

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Original Proceeding in this Court

Attorneys:
Ines J. Williams, Provo, Petitioner Pro Se
Suzan Pixton, Salt Lake City, for Respondent

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Before Judges Greenwood, Jackson, and Davis.

PER CURIAM:

This matter is before the court on a sua sponte motion for summary disposition to affirm the order below "on the basis that the grounds for review are so insubstantial as not to merit further consideration by the appellate court." Utah R. App. P. 10(a)(2).

In response, petitioner has not addressed the insubstantial grounds for review referred to in the motion. Instead, petitioner argues that she mistakenly failed to report her earnings. However, from the time petitioner applied for benefits, and during the entire period of collecting unemployment benefits, petitioner worked at least one part-time job and failed to report any earnings to the Department of Workforce Services. Furthermore, petitioner has failed to demonstrate that this appeal presents any issue meriting further proceedings or consideration by this court. See id.

Accordingly, we grant the sua sponte motion for summary

disposition and affirm the order and judgment of the Workforce Appeals Board.

 

 

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Pamela T. Greenwood, Presiding Judge

 

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Norman H. Jackson, Associate Presiding Judge

 

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James Z. Davis, Judge