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12-30210 - Chudy v. Astrue

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12-30210 - Chudy v. Astrue
February 12, 2014
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Magistrate Judge Kenneth P. Neiman: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. As follows: For the reasons set forth in the attached memo and order, both of the parties motions (Dkt. No's. 15 and 19) are hereby DENIED without prejudice. The Commissioner shall report to the court in writing by March 5, 2014, whether or not she has already reconsidered the onset date in the reopened SSI case (footnote 7 being part of a memorandum filed on June 12, 2013) and, if so, what onset date was established. If the Commissioners reconsideration has not yet taken place, the court will be prepared to remand the instant matter to be considered jointly with the SSI issue identified by the Commissioner in footnote 7. IT IS SO ORDERED. See the attached memo and order for the complete details. (Lindsay, Maurice)
December 23, 2014
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Magistrate Judge Kenneth P. Neiman: ORDER entered. MEMORANDUM AND ORDER WITH REGARD TO DEFENDANT'S 32 MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION UNDER RULE 59(e), for the reasons stated, the court concludes that its April 4, 2014 order to remand was not a manifest error of law and, further, that Gill does not represent an intervening change in the controlling law. Accordingly, the court DENIES Defendant's Motion for Reconsideration Under Rule 59(e).(Calderon, Melissa)