Montez v. Commissioner of Social Security
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|September 26, 2014
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Edmund F. Brennan on 9/26/2014 DENYING 15 Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment and GRANTING 21 Commissioner's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment. CASE CLOSED. (Donati, J)
|November 26, 2013
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Edmund F. Brennan on 11/25/13: Defendant shall have a second extension of time of 30 days to respond to Plaintiff's opening brief. The new due date for filing the Commissioner's response to Plaintiff's Motion for Remand is January 8, 2014.(Kaminski, H)
|October 23, 2013
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Edmund F. Brennan on 10/23/13 for a First Extension of Time for Defendant to Respond to Plaintiff's Opening Brief. (Meuleman, A)
|April 29, 2013
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Edmund F. Brennan on 4/29/13 ORDERING that plaintiff's request to proceed IFP is GRANTED. The Clerk is directed to serve on plaintiff the undersigned's scheduling order in social security cases. The Clerk is further directed to serve a copy of this order on the USM. Within 14 days from the date of this order, plaintiff shall submit to the USM a completed summons and copies of the complaint and file a statement with the court that said documents have be en submitted to the USM. The USM is directed to serve all process without prepayment of costs not later than 60 days from the date of this order. The USM shall also send a copy of the summons and complaint by registered or certified mail to the Commissioner of Social Security. (cc USM)(Becknal, R)
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