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07-2269 - Little v. Commissioner of Social Security

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07-2269 - Little v. Commissioner of Social Security
May 19, 2008
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Report and Recommendation: It is recommended that the decision of the Commissioner be reversed and the case remanded to the Commissioner pursuant to Sentence Four for a hearing and that the referral to the Magistrate Judge be terminated re 20, 21, 17. Magistrate Judge Vernelis K. Armstrong on 5/19/2008. (S,PA)
September 30, 2008
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Order: this case is remanded to the Commissioner to: (1) determine if Plaintiff is disabled because she has the exertional capacity for less than a full range of sedentary work; and if she is not disabled, (2) determine at step five of the sequential evaluation what jobs, if any, will accommodate Plaintiffs residual functional capacity to perform less than a full category of sedentary work and in combination with an application of the Grid to determine whether an individual of the claimants age, education and work experience could engage in substantial gainful activity (i.e., sedentary, light, medium, heavy or very, can perform less than a full range of sedentary work); and obtain Vocational Expert testimony to determine if a conflict exists with Plaintiffs residual functional capacity, the Vocational Expert testimony, the DOT and resolve any conflict that may exist. re 22. Judge James G. Carr on 9/30/2008. (S,AL)