Shepard v. Commissioner of Social Security
|Commissioner of Social Security
|September 28, 2016
|US District Court for the Eastern District of California
|Kendall J. Newman
|Nature of Suit:
|Supplemental Security Income
|Cause of Action:
|42 U.S.C. § 405
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 24, 2018
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 1/24/2018 DENYING plaintiff's 15 Motion for Summary Judgment and GRANTING the Commissioner's 16 Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment. The final decision of the Commissioner is AFFIRMED, and judgment is entered for the Commissioner. The Clerk of Court shall close this case. CASE CLOSED. (Zignago, K.)
|November 20, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 11/20/2017 ACCORDINGLY, within fourteen (14) days of this order, plaintiff shall file an appropriate consent/decline designation. (Reader, L)
|November 22, 2016
ORDER granting 3 Motion to Proceed IFP, signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 11/22/16. Service of process is appropriate for the Commissioner of Social Security. The Clerk is directed to serve the undersigned's scheduling order in Social Security cases. The Clerk is further directed to serve a copy of this order on the United States Marshal (USM). Within 14 days from the date of this order, plaintiff shall submit to the USM the required documents for service, and shall file a statement with the court that such documents have been 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. (Kastilahn, A)
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