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01/01/1990

ALJ may make common sense judgments about functional capacity based on medical findings as long as he does not overstep the bounds of a l

01/01/1990

EAJA fees denied because Plaintiff did not meet definition of prevailing party.

01/01/1993

Findings of medical equivalence must be based on medical findings that are at least equal in severity and duration to the listed findings

01/01/1990

State intestacy laws determine paternity for Social Security purposes.

01/01/1990

Regulations provide that in order to receive widow(er)s benefits, impairments must meet or equal a listing, and that age, education and w

01/01/1989

The testimony of a non-examining medical advisor--to be distinguished from the non-testimonial written reports in the instant case--can a

12/30/1964

"Substantial evidence" is the standard of review by the District Court; issues of credibility and drawing of permissable inferences are f

01/01/1989

The Court "pays particular attention' to the ALJ's evaluation of complaints of pain in light of their subjective nature," quoting Sherwin

01/01/1989

ALJ was free to rely solely on the Grids where he found that nonexertional impairments did not have a significant impact on the claimant'

01/01/1989

The district court must enforce an administrative agency subpoena if it is issued according to statutory procedures, for a purpose author

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