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ALJ’s Functional Analysis Was Faulty (access required)

In denying supplemental security income benefits to a claimant suffering from degenerative disc disease, carpal tunnel syndrome and adjustment disorder, the administrative law judge erred in assessing claimant’s residual functional capacity by not conducting a function-by-function analysis, and by ignoring ...

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No Antitrust Violation in Board Discipline (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant Virginia Board of Medicine in plaintiff chiropractor’s suit alleging the board’s disciplinary action against her violated federal antitrust law. Plaintiff’s complaint alleged defendants entered an agreement to allocate the relevant ...

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