Ann Marie Degenaro-Huber v. Commissioner Social Security

Plaintiff - Appellant: ANN MARIE DEGENARO-HUBER
Defendant - Appellee: COMMISSIONER SOCIAL SECURITY
Case Number: 13-1382
Filed: February 13, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Nature of Suit: S.S.I.D.

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August 12, 2013 Ann Marie Degenaro-Huber v. Commissioner Social Security

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August 12, 2013 3011354497 Opinion or Order of the Court NOT PRECEDENTIAL PER CURIAM OPINION Coram: RENDELL, JORDAN and SHWARTZ, Circuit Judges. Total Pages: 5. CLD-347. As we agree with the District Court's analysis and conclude that no substantial question is presented on appeal, we will summarily affirm its judgment.
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Plaintiff - appellant: ANN MARIE DEGENARO-HUBER
Represented By: Ann Marie Degenaro-Huber
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Defendant - appellee: COMMISSIONER SOCIAL SECURITY
Represented By: Eric P. Kressman
Represented By: G. Michael Thiel
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