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Buckner v. Saul

United States District Court, S.D. Georgia

November 12, 2019

Buckner
v.
Saul

          GENERAL ORDER FOR SOCIAL SECURITY APPEALS

          Christopher L. Ray United States Magistrate Judge

         Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b) and this Court's Local Rule 72.3(a), 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.

         Upon the service of the Complaint on defendant, filing of the record and briefing shall conform to the following schedule:

(1) Within sixty days after service of the Complaint, defendant shall serve a copy of the administrative record on plaintiff and file it with the Court.[1] The filing of the administrative record shall be deemed an answer to the Complaint.
(2) Within thirty days from the filing of the Answer and administrative record, plaintiff shall serve and file a brief setting forth all errors which plaintiff contends entitle the plaintiff to relief
(3) Within forty-five days after service of plaintiffs brief, defendant shall serve and file a brief which responds specifically to each issue raised by plaintiff.
(4) Plaintiff may file a brief in reply to the brief of defendant within fourteen days of service of defendant's brief.

         Plaintiffs brief shall contain under the appropriate headings and in the order here indicated:

(a) A statement of the issues presented for review, set forth in separate numbered paragraphs.
(b) A statement of the case. This statement should indicate briefly the course of the proceedings and its disposition at the administrative level and should set forth a general statement of the facts. This statement of facts shall include plaintiffs age, education, and work experience; a summary of physical and mental impairments alleged; a brief outline of the medical evidence; and a brief summary of other evidence of record. Each statement of fact shall be supported by reference to the page in the record where the evidence may be found.
(c) An argument. The argument shall be divided into sections separately treating each issue and must set forth the contentions of plaintiff with respect to the issues presented and reasons therefor. Each contention must be supported by specific reference to the portion of the record relied upon and by citations to statutes, regulations, and cases supporting plaintiffs position. CM/ECF citations are encouraged. Citations to unreported appellate or district court opinions must be accompanied by a copy of the opinion if the case is unavailable on Westlaw.
(d) A short conclusion stating the relief sought.

         The issues before the Court are limited to the issues properly raised in the briefs.

         Defendant's brief shall conform to the requirements set forth above for plaintiffs brief, except that a statement of the issues and a statement of the case need not be made unless defendant is dissatisfied with plaintiffs statement thereof. All references to the ...


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