Massimo v. Commissioner of Social Security
||Commissioner of Social Security
||January 12, 2018
||California Eastern District Court
||Craig M. Kellison
|Nature of Suit:
||Supplemental Security Income
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 16, 2019
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Dennis M. Cota on 1/15/2019 GRANTING Plaintiff a 45 day EXTENSION of time to 2/27/2019 to file a motion for summary judgment. (Reader, L)
|August 22, 2018
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Craig M. Kellison on 8/21/2018 DISCHARGING 7 Order to Show Cause.(York, M)
|August 10, 2018
ORDER to SHOW CAUSE signed by Magistrate Judge Craig M. Kellison on 8/10/18. Plaintiff shall show cause in writing, within 30 days of the date of this order, why this action should not be dismissed for failure to inform the court regarding consent to Magistrate Judge jurisdiction, as required by the Court's scheduling order. Submission of a completed consent election form shall constitute a sufficient response. The Clerk of the Court is directed to serve on Plaintiff a copy of the court's form entitled "Consent to Assignment or Request for Reassignment."(Mena-Sanchez, L)
|March 16, 2018
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Craig M. Kellison on 3/16/18 ORDERING that Plaintiff's Request to proceed in forma pauperis 2 is GRANTED. The Clerk of the Court is directed to serve on Plaintiff the scheduling order in social security cases. The Clerk of the Court is further directed to serve a copy of this order on the USM. (Mena-Sanchez, L)
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