Stewart v. Colvin

Plaintiff: Christopher Stewart
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Case Number: 2:2013cv00779
Filed: April 18, 2013
Court: Arizona District Court
Office: Phoenix Division Office
County: Maricopa
Presiding Judge: David G Campbell
Nature of Suit: Social Security: SSID Tit. XVI
Cause of Action: 42:405 Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
April 7, 2014 20 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER that the final decision of the Commissioner of Social Security is affirmed. The Clerk shall enter judgment accordingly and shall terminate this case. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 4/7/14. (LSP)

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Plaintiff: Christopher Stewart
Represented By: Eric Glenn Slepian(Designation Retained)
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