U.S. Supreme Court. Textile Mills Securities Corp. v. Commissioner, 314 U.S. 326 (1941). Textile Mills Securities Corp. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue. No. 34. Argued November 10, 1941. Decided December 8, 1941. 314 U.S. 326. CERTIORARI TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT.
Federal Supplemental Security Income cases filed in U.S. District Courts and U.S. Courts of Appeals.
Jun 14, 2012 ... Case opinion for US 9th Circuit BREWES v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
Mar 9, 2005 ... Case opinion for US 6th Circuit COMBS v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
Jan 12, 2000 ... Albright v. Commissioner of the Social Security Administration , 174 F.3d 473 (4th Cir. 1999) (Interpreting Lively v. Secretary of Health and Human Services )— Effect of Prior Disability Findings on Adjudication of a Subsequent Disability Claim—Titles II and XVI of the Social Security Act. Issue: Whether, in ...
February 1, 1960 Joseph H. Myers became Deputy Commissioner of the Social Security Administration. ..... On the same day, Congressman Mills introduced H.R. 3386 to carry out those recommendations in the President's message which involved amendment of Title V--the maternal and child health and welfare title of the ...
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 Disability Claim Arising Under the Same Title of the Social Security Act -- Titles II and XVI of the Social Security Act. Issue: Whether, in making a disability determination or ...
Jul 31, 2015 ... No. 14-3163. SHEILA B. STEPP,. Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CAROLYN COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security,. Defendant-Appellee. ... of the Social Security Act. Following a hearing, an Adminis- trative Law Judge (“ALJ”) ...... ing failed to weigh evidence never presented to him”); accord Mills v. Ap-.
She applied two forms of social security, “child's” benefits and “mother's” benefits. The Social Security Administration rejected her claim on the ground that she had not shown that the twins were the husband's children under the meaning of the Act because they were not entitled to inherit under the Massachusetts intestacy ...