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

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Barbara Curry v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1627
Plaintiff - Appellant: BARBARA LINDSEY CURRY
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, COMMISSIONER OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Defendant: J. HEINBOCKEI, ADAM STEIFER, BRIAN M. RICCI and others
Party-in-Interest: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Libby Myers v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1625
Plaintiff - Appellant: LIBBY DEREECE MYERS
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN
Judith Halpern v. SSA
as 16-1473
Plaintiff - Appellant: JUDITH HALPERN
Defendant - Appellee: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Cindy S. Williams v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1471
Plaintiff - Appellant: CINDY S. WILLIAMS
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner Social Security Administration
James Ezzell v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1430
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES R. EZZELL
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Charles Treece v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1394
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES A. TREECE
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Marc Teachey v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1367
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARC EDWARD TEACHEY
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN
Nia Sheridan v. Carolyn Colvin
as 16-1289
Plaintiff - Appellant: NIA SHERIDAN
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Christopher William Oden v. SSA
as 16-1095
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM ODEN
Defendant - Appellee: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, JUSTICE STEWART GOLDSTEIN, Administrative Law Judge
Kimberly Lee v. Commissioner of the SSA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 15-2402
Plaintiff - Appellant: KIMBERLY LEE, on behalf of KJL
Defendant - Appellee: COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

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