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Hawk v. Commissioner of Social Security

United States District Court, Sixth Circuit

June 13, 2013

STEPHANIE BENTLEY HAWK, Plaintiff
v.
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY, Defendant.

ORDER

KAREN L. LITKOVITZ, Magistrate Judge.

This matter was referred by the Court to an attorney who is participating in the District Court's Referral Panel of Attorneys for Pro Se Social Security Disability/SSI Appeals. (Docs. 12 & 13). As of this date, the attorney participating in the District Court's Referral Panel to which this matter was referred has declined to accept and represent pro se plaintiff in this action.

Therefore, the Court's previous referrals of this matter to the District Court's Referral Panel of Attorneys for Pro Se Social Security Disability/SSI Appeals (Docs. 12 & 13) are hereby RESCINDED. Plaintiff must proceed pro se in this matter.

Plaintiff shall have up to and including July 8, 2013 in which to file with the Court a statement of specific errors pursuant to Magistrate Judges' General Order Concerning Social Security Appeals.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO WESTERN DIVISION AT CINCINNATI

MAGISTRATE JUDGES' GENERAL ORDER CONCERNING SOCIAL SECURITY APPEALS

To provide for the efficient adjudication of appeals to this Court of decisions of the Commissioner of Social Security under the Social Security Act, it is here ORDERED with respect to all such appeals:

1. All prior general orders of the United States Magistrate Judges at Cincinnati with respect to all such cases are hereby RESCINDED.

2. The Commissioner shall file and serve an answer and a certified copy of the administrative record, including transcript, within sixty (60) days after service of process.

3. Within forty-five (45) days of service of the answer and administrative record, the plaintiff shall file and serve a "Statement of Errors" upon which plaintiff seeks reversal or remand. This statement shall be organized in the form of a memorandum in support of plaintiffs position and shall also include page references to the administrative record, as well as citations of applicable law. Statements of Error shall present the detail ordinarily expected in a motion for summary judgment.

4. Within thirty (30) days of service of the Statement of Errors, the Commissioner shall file and serve a "Memorandum in Opposition" to plaintiff's Statement of Errors. This memorandum shall be organized in the form of a memorandum in opposition to the plaintiff's position and in support of the Commissioner's decision, and shall also include page references to the administrative record as well as citations of applicable law and supporting authority.

5. The plaintiff may file and serve a reply memorandum within ten (10) days of service of the Commissioner's Memorandum in Opposition.

6. All cases will be decided on the memoranda and the administrative record, except that the Court reserves the right to hold oral argument, by ...


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