Bonton v. Commissioner of Social Security
||Steward T. Bonton
||Commissioner of Social Security
||April 19, 2013
||California Eastern District Court
||Kendall J. Newman
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|August 12, 2014
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 8/12/2014 DENYING plaintiff's 15 motion for summary judgment; GRANTING the Commissioner's 16 cross-motion for summary judgment; Judgment is entered for the Commissioner; and the Clerk shall close this case. CASE CLOSED. (Yin, K)
|May 1, 2013
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 5/1/2013 ORDERING that Plaintiff's 2 Motion to Proceed IFP is GRANTED. The Clerk of the Court is directed to serve scheduling order in Social Security cases. The Clerk of the Court is fu rther directed to serve a copy of this order on the United States Marshal. Within fourteen days from the date of this order, plaintiff shall submit to the United States Marshal an original and five copies of the completed summons, five copies of t he complaint, five copies of the scheduling order and a completed USM-285 form, and shall file a statement with the court that such documents have been submitted to the United States Marshal. The United States Marshal is directed to serve all process without prepayment of costs not later than sixty days from the date of this order. (Zignago, K.)
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