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Eighth Circuit awards benefits to mentally disabled claimant

An administrative law judge improperly “played doctor” when he denied Social Security disability benefits to a mentally disabled woman who refused to take her medicine, according to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. “The ALJ’s determination Pate-Fires’s medical noncompliance ...

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Up & Coming Lawyers: Jennifer Griffen, 36

* Lathrop & Gage, member * Saint Louis University * Administrative Law, Government Regulation, Business Litigation Jennifer Griffen represents clients in a variety of litigated and nonlitigated disputes, including administration and regulatory matters with areas of emphasis in gaming, promotional ...

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Administrative: Medical Licensing – Discipline – Unprofessional Conduct

Where the Administrative Hearing Commission placed a neurosurgeon’s medical license on probation for five years after a determination that the surgeon engaged in unprofessional conduct by performing an inappropriate operation on a patient, the issue could not be determined by ...

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