I worked at Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Houston, Texas, as a contractor employed by Judge Technical Services, Houston Texas. I had quit my job because I was promised over time work; however, the Jacob stopped giving me over time work while other engineers in the same group were allowed to work over time, i.e., not providing equal opportunity to work overtime
work. Texas Work Force Commission(TWC) had decided not to pay UC benefits.
I have filed a de novo
petition against TWC) and Judge Technical Services in a district court
of travis county, texas. Citation and petition were served by the clerk of the court pursuant to TUCA Chapter 212 subchapter E on 6-11-2009. TWC filed an answer. My employer, Judge Technical Services, did not file an answer. In the absence of an answer by my employer, my statement against them is a valid statement. According to agreed scheduling order, discovery level is one(1) and bench trial
date is 12-17-09. Is it appropriate to file an entry for default and a motion for default judgment by the Court's Judge against Judge Technical Services, and at the same time request a summary judgment
against TWC to liquidate unemployment compensation? Or what shall be the best course of action by me as Plaintiff Pro Se. Please note, I am a resident of Colorado.