U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit Social Security Cases

Cases filed


Cases 31 - 40 of 131
Boyer v. Colvin
as 15-2542
Plaintiff - Appellant: RANDA BOYER
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Smith v. Colvin
as 15-2521
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARTHA SMITH
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, acting Commisioner for the Social Security Administration
Bouvier v. Colvin, et al
as 15-2396
Plaintiff - Appellant: CARLA BOUVIER
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Bray v. Colvin
as 15-2161
Plaintiff - Appellant: PAULA BRAY
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration
Interested Party: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Flood v. Colvin
as 15-2030
Plaintiff - Appellant: WAYNE NEIL FLOOD
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration
Interested Party: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Tripp v. Colvin, et al
as 15-1891
Plaintiff - Appellant: THOMAS TRIPP
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, MICHAEL CORSINI, LUIS SPENCER and others
Interested Party - Interested Party: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
McNelley v. Colvin
as 15-1871
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM PATRICK MCNELLEY
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN
Interested Party: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Beaulieu v. SSA
as 15-1567
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHERYL ANN BEAULIEU
Defendant - Appellee: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Udell v. SSA
as 15-1440
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN E. UDELL
Defendant - Appellee: DIRECTOR, SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE, NEW BEDFORD MA
Interested Party - Movant: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Diplock v. Colvin
as 15-1269
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES ROBERT DIPLOCK
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security

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