United States District Court, Southern District of Georgia, Brunswick Division
MAGISTRATE JUDGE'S ORDER DIRECTING FILING OF BRIEFS IN APPEAL FROM SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS DECISION
R. STAN BAKER UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b) and this Court's Local Rule 72, this appeal from the final decision of the Commissioner of Social Security denying Plaintiffs claim for Social Security benefits has been referred to the Magistrate Judge for review and recommendation as to disposition.
Defendant having filed her answer, together with a certified copy of the transcript of the administrative proceedings, IT IS ORDERED that counsel for the parties submit briefs in accordance with the following requirements:
(1) Within thirty days from the entry of this Order, Plaintiff shall serve and file a brief setting forth all errors which Plaintiff contends entitle him to relief. The brief shall contain the following sections in the order here indicated:
(a) Statement of the issues presented for review, set forth in separately numbered paragraphs;
(b) Statement of the case, to include (i) brief procedural history and disposition at the administrative level; and (ii) summary of material facts supported by record citations, which should include Plaintiffs age, education, work experience, alleged mental and physical impairments and related medical history;
(c) Legal argument, supported by specific references to the record and citations of legal authority; and
(d) Conclusion briefly stating the relief sought.
(2) Within forty-five days after service of Plaintiff s brief, Defendant shall serve and file a brief responding to each issue raised by Plaintiff and conforming to the requirements set forth above, except that a statement of the issues and a statement of the case need not be made unless Defendant is dissatisfied with Plaintiffs statement therefor.
(3) Plaintiff may file a reply brief within ten days of service of Defendant's brief.
The issues before the Court are limited to the issues properly raised in the briefs.
Pursuant to Local Rule 7.1, briefs are not to exceed twenty-six pages in length without prior written permission of the Court. The parties should cite primarily to Eleventh Circuit authority and rely on precedent from other Circuits only as supplemental authority or in the absence of Eleventh Circuit authority. Additionally, any evidentiary ...