L. v. Astrue
||January 28, 2011
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
||St. Louis Office
||St. Louis - City
||Lewis M. Blanton
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|March 22, 2012
MEMORANDUM OPINION: In sum, the ALJ erred in failing to articulate a sufficient rationale for his finding that plaintiff's condition did not meet or equal Listing 112.11. The ALJ also erred in determining that plaintiff'scondition did not f unctionally equal a listing because his finding that plaintiff's ability to attend to and complete tasks has not been markedly or extremely limited is not supported by substantial evidence. For these reasons, this cause will be reversed and rema nded to the ALJ for further development inorder for the ALJ to properly determine whether plaintiff's condition meets or equals Listing 112.11; and whether plaintiff has a marked or extreme limitation in the domain of attending and completing tasks. Accordingly, a Judgment of Reversal and Remand will be entered separately in favor ofplaintiff in accordance with this Memorandum. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lewis M. Blanton on 3/22/12. (CSG)
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