Snovelle v. Barnhart
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|January 26, 2012
ORDER: The Report and Recommendations (Docs. 75 , 76 ) are adopted in their entirety. Plaintiff's (Doc. 44 ) Motion for Summary Judgment is granted in part. Defendant's (Doc. 50 ) Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment is denied. Plaintiff 039;s (Doc. 63 ) Motion for Remand with Contingencies is denied. This action is remanded to the Commissioner of Social Security Administration under Sentence Four of 42 U.S.C. Section 405(g) for a new hearing before an administrative law judge for f urther consideration consistent with this opinion. The Clerk of the Court shall administratively close this case. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 1/26/2012. (All non-registered users served via U.S. Mail Service.) (mdc) Modified on 1/26/2012 - Certified copy sent to SSA, Baltimore, MD. (mdc)
|April 28, 2011
ORDER Re: Plaintiff's Proposed New Evidence: Because this Court cannot consider Plaintiff's proposed new evidence in conjunction with her pending motion for summary judgment and because Plaintiff did not submit the new evidence as part of a motion for remand, this Court was required to reject it for filing. Absent any subsequent changes to the posture of this case, this Court will proceed with reviewing the decision of the Commissioner in light of the administrative record on file. Signed by Magistrate Judge Barbara Lynn Major on 4/28/2011.(All non-registered users served via U.S. Mail Service)(leh)
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