DeJesus v. Commissioner of Social Security
||Nancy M. DeJesus
||Commissioner of Social Security
||May 26, 2015
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 405
|Jury Demanded By:
Access additional case information on PACER
Available Case Documents
The following documents for this case are available for you to view or download:
|May 17, 2017
ORDER: Adopting REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re: 11 Report and Recommendations. Objections to Judge Pitman's R&R were due by March 17, 2017. See Dkt. No. 11 at 11. As of May 16, 2017, no objections have been filed. The Court thus reviews the R &R for clear error, and finds none. The Court therefore adopts the R&R in its entirety and GRANTS Defendant's motion to dismiss on the grounds described by Judge Pitman. SO ORDERED. Motions terminated: 6 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Commissioner of Social Security. (Signed by Judge Alison J. Nathan on 5/17/2017) (ama)
|March 3, 2017
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION re: 6 MOTION to Dismiss . filed by Commissioner of Social Security, 2 Complaint filed by Nancy M. DeJesus. By notice of motion dated September 3, 2015 (Docket Item ("D.I.") 6), defendant moves p ursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 12(b)(6) to dismiss plaintiff's complaint on the ground that it is untimely. (As further set forth in this Order.) Accordingly, for all the foregoing reasons, I respectfully recommend that defendant's motion to dismiss be granted and that the complaint be dismissed as untimely. Objections to R&R due by 3/17/2017 (Signed by Magistrate Judge Henry B. Pitman on 3/3/2017) Copies Sent By Chambers. (cf)
Use the links below to access additional information about this case on the US Court's PACER system.
A subscription to PACER is required.
Access this case on the New York Southern District Court's Electronic Court Filings (ECF) System
Disclaimer: Justia Dockets & Filings provides public litigation records from the federal appellate and district courts. These filings and docket sheets should not be considered findings of fact or liability, nor do they necessarily reflect the view of Justia.
Why Is My Information Online?