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Astrue v. Capato, 566 U.S. 541 (2012), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United ... Commissioner of Social Security, No. ... Capato appealed the Social Security Administration's decision and the case moved to the US Court of Appeals for the Third ... "Supreme Court: In vitro children might not be due benefits".

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5 days ago ... Social Security: DIWC/DIWW case filed on May 22, 2019 in the New York Northern District Court.

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Federal Social Security cases filed in U.S. District Courts and U.S. Courts of ... Burns v. Social Security Administration, Commissioner. Filed: May 24, 2019 as 4:  ...

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USA v. Commissioner Social Security Administration. Filed: May 21, 2019 as 8: 2019cv01478. Defendant: Commissioner Social Security Administration. Plaintiff:  ...

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Leiber v. Commissioner of Social Security. Filed: May 24, 2019 as 3: 2019cv00156. Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security. Plaintiff: Randi L. Leiber.

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Jun 1, 1998 ... Drummond v. Commissioner of Social Security, 126 F.3d 837 (6th Cir. 1997) -- Effect of Prior Findings on Adjudication of a Subsequent ...

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The Commissioner of Social Security published the ARs in the Federal ... SSA may not make a different finding in adjudicating a subsequent disability claim .... the holding in Dennard, the Sixth Circuit made reference in its opinion to Lively v.

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Rulings are published under the authority of the Commissioner of Social Security and ... Social Security Rulings may be based on case decisions made at all ...

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Nov 9, 2012 ... v. No. 11-1645.. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY. ADMINISTRATION, .... In a May 2009 decision denying benefits, the ALJ found.