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Court Denies Accreditation for Massage School (access required)

In reviewing a professional accreditation agency’s refusal to renew accreditation for plaintiff massage therapy school, the district court erred by conducting a de novo review when it expanded the administrative record, held a full multi-day bench trial, received depositions and ...

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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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