Mathis v. Commissioner of Social Security
Plaintiff: Paul Mathis
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Case Number: 4:2015cv13052
Filed: August 27, 2015
Court: US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Office: Flint Office
County: Wayne
Presiding Judge: Terrence G. Berg
Presiding Judge: Anthony P. Patti
Nature of Suit: Supplemental Security Income
Cause of Action: 42:416
Jury Demanded By: None

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December 16, 2016 Opinion or Order Filing 20 ORDER Adopting Report and Recommendation for 19 Report and Recommendation, Signed by District Judge Terrence G. Berg. (TMcg)
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Plaintiff: Paul Mathis
Represented By: Joshua L. Moore
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