Sears v. Social Security Administration, Commissioner

Defendant: Social Security Administration, Commissioner
Plaintiff: Brian Sears
Case Number: 2:2011cv00138
Filed: May 17, 2011
Court: Vermont District Court
Office: Burlington Office
County: Windsor
Referring Judge: John M. Conroy
Presiding Judge: William K. Sessions
Nature of Suit: Supplemental Security Income
Cause of Action: 42:0405
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
May 15, 2012 17 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER: The Court DENIES Plaintiff's 11 Motion to Reverse Decision of Commissioner and GRANTS Defendant's 16 Motion for Order Affirming Decision of Commissioner. Signed by Judge John M. Conroy on 5/15/2012. (hbc)

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