September 6, 2019.
Closed December 20, 2019.
Below— Superior Court of the State of Delaware. C.A.
Elizabeth Imbragulio, Pro se, Seaford, Delaware.
Marie Stevens, Esquire, Fuqua, Willard, Stevens & Schab,
P.A., Georgetown, Delaware, Counsel for
C. Mulveny, Esquire, Department of Justice, Wilmington,
Delaware, Counsel for Cross-Appellant.
SEITZ, Chief Justice; VALIHURA and TRAYNOR, Justices.
Elizabeth Imbragulio appeals the Superior Court's May 1,
2019 decision that reversed the decision of the Unemployment
Insurance Appeals Board (" the Board" ) and
concluded that she had been terminated for just cause by her
employer, Civic Health Services, LLC (" Civic
Health" ). The Board cross-appeals, arguing that the
Superior Court lacked jurisdiction to consider Civic
Health's appeal in the first instance because it was not
filed in a timely manner. In brief, the issue raised by the
cross-appeal is whether Superior Court Civil Rule
6(a) 's method for computing time applies to the
requirement in 19 Del. C. § 3323(a) that a party seeking
judicial review of a decision by the Board must do so within
ten days after the decision becomes final. After careful
consideration, we agree with ...