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09/22/1986
McNaught, D.J.

Transportation to Work.

01/01/1982

Although plaintiff has several impairments, court holds that there was considerable evidence in the record that he was able to work with

01/01/1982

The burden of showing the existence of other jobs in the national economy that the claimant can perform (Step 5) rests on the Secretary.

01/01/1982

Transferable Skills.

01/01/1981

Court gives qualified approval to Grids as valid exercise of Secretary's statutory authority.

01/01/1975

Once claimant makes a prima facie case by proving she cannot return to her prior work, the burden shifts to the Secretary to show that th

01/01/1975

Environmental Conditions at Work. At Step 4, the claimant bears the burden of showing that he cannot return to his previous work.

01/01/1974

Pre-GRID case.

12/30/1968

Fact that claimant failed to seek medical treatment was arguably inconsistent with his complaint of pain and lent credence to suspicions

01/01/1991

At Step 4, claimant will be found not disabled when she retains the RFC to perform the actual functional demands and job duties of a part

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