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Administrative Law: SSDI and SSI-Denial of Benefits-Evidence of Impairments

Plaintiff appealed from the district court’s denial of her application for SSDI and SSI benefits. Where there was sufficient evidence to support an Administrative Law Judge’s determination that none of plaintiff’s impairments met any of the listings to qualify her ...

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Administrative: Social Security Act-Intellectual Disorder-Disability

Where a claimant of supplemental security income under the Social Security Act challenged the denial of benefits, the administrative law judge did not err in determining that the claimant’s intellectual disorder was not severe enough to qualify as a listed ...

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Administrative: Tax-Dismissal of Petition-Failure to Pay Filing Fee

Plaintiff appealed the dismissal of his petition to the tax court. Where plaintiff failed to pay the filing fee, the tax court was authorized to dismiss plaintiff’s petition. Judgment is affirmed. Smith v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue (MLW No. 73892/Case ...

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Administrative: Child-Support Arrearage-Certification-Educational Expenses

Where a father appealed a determination by the state’s Family Support Division that affirmed the division’s certification to the U.S. Department of State that the father owed an arrearage of child support in an amount that exceeded $2,500, the judgment ...

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Administrative: Accountancy License-Probation-Professional Education Deficiencies

Where an accountant challenged the decision of the state’s board of accountancy placing her license on probation for three years, increasing her yearly continuing professional education requirement and ordering her to complete a remedial course, the discipline was an abuse ...

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Administrative Law: Officer Disciplinary Action-Statutory Authority-Mootness

Where the highway patrol challenged a trial court decision remanding a disciplinary action to the superintendent, the case was not moot because the revocation of the peace-officer license was not final and the officer was entitled to make a claim ...

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Administrative: Social Security Disability-Denial of Benefits-Substantial Gainful Activity

Where a claimant challenged the denial of her application for Social Security disability-insurance benefits, the judgment is affirmed because the conclusions of the administrative law judge that the claimant could perform her past relevant work as a receptionist and that ...

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Administrative: Tax- Innocent-Spouse Relief- Equitable Relief

Plaintiff filed suit to appeal the commissioner of internal revenue’s denial of plaintiff’s request for innocent-spouse relief. The tax court subsequently declined to grant plaintiff equitable relief. Where the tax court did not abuse its discretion in denying equitable relief ...

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