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Appeals Council and Federal Court Review

Recorded on: Mar. 19, 2018
Running Time: 01:44:42

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Taken from the Web Program Social Security Disability 2018: From Administrative Proceedings to Federal Practice Recorded March 2018 in New York

Appeals Council and Federal Court Review [01:44:42]

  • Appeals Council review                                                                 
    • Appeals Council review
    • Procedural issues       
    • Typical arguments
    • Possible outcomes
  • Federal court review                                                                     
    • Venue/jurisdiction
    • Pleadings        
    • Filing the appeal
    • Typical arguments
    • Possible outcomes

Steven Godeski, Carol Santangelo


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  • Appeals Council Review (December 2017)
    Carol Santangelo
  • Social Security Appeals to Federal District Court (December 20, 2017)
    Carol Santangelo, Steven Godeski
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Steven Godeski ~ Staff Attorney, The Legal Aid Society
Carol Santangelo ~ Supervising Attorney, Civil Practice, Disability Advocacy Project, The Legal Aid Society
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