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Appeals Council and Federal Court Review

Recorded on: Mar. 21, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:44

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Taken from the Web Program Social Security Disability 2017: From Administrative Proceedings to Federal Practice recorded March, 2017 in New York.

Appeals Council and Federal Court Review [01:00:44]

Appeals Council Review  

  • Appeals Council review
  • Procedural issues       
  • Typical arguments
  • Possible outcomes

Jocelyne Martinez

Federal Court Review  

  • Venue/jurisdiction
  • Pleadings        
  • Filing the appeal
  • Typical arguments
  • Possible outcomes

Steven Godeski

Presentation Material

  • Appeals Council Review of ALJ Decisions
    Jocelyne Martinez
  • Appeals to Federal District Court
    Steven Godeski
Steven Godeski ~ Staff Attorney, The Legal Aid Society
Jocelyne Martinez ~ Supervising Attorney, Government Benefits Unit, The Legal Aid Society
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