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L.D.R. v. Berryhill
United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits
Affirmed that a disabled child was not entitled to retroactive social security disability payments for the first year of his life, before his mother...
04/15/2019 18-1763
Shah v. Azar
United States Fifth Circuit
Health Law, Government Benefits
Upheld a decision by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to revoke two physicians' Medicare privileges for billing irregularities. They...
04/12/2019 17-40897
Burmester v. Berryhill
United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits
Upheld the Social Security Administration's decision that an applicant was not entitled to disability insurance benefits because she was not disabled....
04/05/2019 18-2106
Winsted v. Berryhill
United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits
In an amended opinion, held that the Social Security Administration did not adequately explain why it denied a man's application for disability...
04/03/2019 18‐2228
Biestek v. Berryhill
United States Supreme Court
Government Benefits
In a Social Security disability benefits case, addressed the effect of a vocational expert's refusal to share privately collected data. The...
04/01/2019 17–1184
Texas Tech Physicians Associates v. US Department of Health and Human Services
United States Fifth Circuit
Health Law, Government Benefits
Held that a university-affiliated medical practice must return $8 million to the federal agency that administers Medicare. The medical practice's test...
03/07/2019 18-10620
DeCamp v. Berryhill
United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits
Held that the Social Security Administration made errors in evaluating a woman's eligibility for disability insurance benefits and supplemental...
02/26/2019 18-2105
Ray v. Berryhill
United States Seventh Circuit
Administrative Law, Government Benefits
Held that the Social Security Administration made errors in evaluating a man's eligibility for disability insurance benefits and supplemental security...
02/12/2019 18-2229
Winsted v. Berryhill
United States Seventh Circuit
Administrative Law, Government Benefits
Held that the Social Security Administration did not adequately explain why it denied a man's application for disability insurance benefits and...
02/08/2019 18‐2228
Lockwood v. Commissioner of Social Security Administration
United States Second Circuit
Government Benefits
Held that the Social Security Administration erred in denying an individual's disability insurance benefits application. Reversed the district court...
01/23/2019 17‐2591‐cv

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