A putative class action recently filed in New Jersey court accuses the Department of Labor of purposely confounding those seeking unemployment benefits—including by failing to advise them of their right to counsel.

A complaint and brief, filed Aug. 1 by attorney Alan Schorr on behalf unemployment applicants, alleges an “antipathy toward attorneys” that is “confusing and misplaced.”

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