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Decisions issued by a court of judge.

03/13/2012
Paul Barbadoro, US District Judge
DRB reviewed and upheld ALJ decision (Step 4 denial may have been error but agreed with ALJ's alternative Step 5 denial finding).
03/14/2012
Timothy S. Hillman, USMJ

Borderline Intellectual Functioning , orthopedic.

01/05/2012
SJC

In a unanimous decision, the SJC ruled that a 2009 state law excluding certain legal immigrants from eligibility for Commonwealth Care wa

01/25/2012
MICHAEL J. NEWMAN, United States Magistrate Judge

Res judicata is applicable to an SSA initial determination that a claimant is “disabled.”

01/03/2012
CARLA M. WOEHRLE, United States Magistrate Judge

A reversal was appropriate where an ALJ failed to make specifics findings about the plaintiff's past relevant work as it was performed by

08/03/2001
SAYLOR, District Judge

A younger individual with high school education and past relevant work as an exterminator, receptionist, school-bus driver, and a custome

09/07/2011
CHRISTINA REISS, Chief Judge

 SSA denied dual applications for SSI and SSDI benefits for a younger individual (at the time of the AOD) with HS education and PRW as a

09/14/2011
Neiman U.S.M.J.

A thirty five year old claimant filed SSI and SSDI application alleging disability due to learning disabilities, a hip injury, depression

08/08/2011
SAYLOR, District Judge

Claimant appealed the Commissioner's denial of her SSDI application arguing that the administrative law judge (“ALJ”) erred by (1) failin

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