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Administrative: OSHA Regulations-Failure to Provide Vaccinations-Collateral Duty Exemption

Petitioner petitioned for review of OSHA’s citing of petitioner for two alleged violation of regulations that required employers to provide hepatitis B vaccinations to employees who have occupational exposure. Specifically, OSHA alleged that petitioner failed to provide vaccinations to employees ...

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Administrative: Public Utilities-Use of Relocation Proceeds-Denial of Expenses and Assets

Plaintiff appealed from defendant’s orders, which ordered relocation proceeds from the sale of one of plaintiff’s facilities be used to reduce rates after plaintiff moved to a more expensive facility, denied plaintiff half of its rate-case operating expenses, and eliminated ...

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Administrative: Disability Insurance-Credibility Determination-Residual Functional Capacity

  Plaintiff appealed the district court’s decision affirming an administrative law judge’s denial of plaintiff’s application for disability insurance benefits. Plaintiff argued that the ALJ erred in its credibility determination, improperly discounted her subjective claims of pain and failed to ...

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Administrative: Supplemental Security Income-Denial of Application-Residual Functional Capacity Determination

Plaintiff appealed the district court’s upholding of the denial of plaintiff’s application for supplemental security income, challenging the administrative law judge’s determination of plaintiff’s residual functional capacity Where the ALJ gave valid reasons to discount plaintiff’s subjected mental complaint and ...

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Administrative: Social Security Disability Benefits-Denial of Application-Sufficiency of Evidence

  Plaintiff applied for Social Security disability benefits, alleging mild intellectual disability, low education, slow learning ability and memory problems. Although an Administrative Law Judge found plaintiff had three severe impairments, the ALJ concluded that none of the impairments alone ...

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