Brown v. Commissioner of Social Security

Filing 21

Joint Case Management Plan for Social Security Cases. SS Plaintiffs Brief due by 3/17/2014. SS Defendants Brief due by 4/16/2014. SS Plaintiffs Reply Brief due by 5/1/2014 by Judge John L. Kane on 02/05/14. (jhawk, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 13-cv-02890-AP Roderick R. Brown, Plaintiff, v. Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Defendant. JOINT CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR SOCIAL SECURITY CASES 1. APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL AND PRO SE PARTIES Pro se Plaintiff: Roderick R. Brown 6175 S. Jasmine Street Centennial, CO 80111 303-507-7314 For Defendant: John F. Walsh United States Attorney J. Benedict García Assistant United States Attorney United States Attorney’s Office District of Colorado David I. Blower Special Assistant United States Attorney 1961 Stout Street, Suite 4169 Denver, Colorado 80294-4003 303-844-1571 303-844-0770 (facsimile) -1- 2. STATEMENT OF LEGAL BASIS FOR SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION The Court has jurisdiction based on section 205(g) of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 405(g). 3. DATES OF FILING OF RELEVANT PLEADINGS A. B. Date Complaint Was Served on U.S. Attorney's Office: 11/18/13 C. 4. Date Complaint Was Filed: 10/23/13 Date Answer and Administrative Record Were Filed: 1/16/14 STATEMENT REGARDING THE ADEQUACY OF THE RECORD To the best of his knowledge, Plaintiff states that the record is complete and accurate, however, Plaintiff will review the record over the next 40 days to ensure that the record is complete. To the best of her knowledge, Defendant states that the record is complete and accurate. 5. STATEMENT REGARDING ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE Plaintiff states that he will review the medical records and may seek to supplement the record if any records are missing. Defendant does not anticipate submitting additional evidence. 6. STATEMENT REGARDING WHETHER THIS CASE RAISES UNUSUAL CLAIMS OR DEFENSES Plaintiff does not anticipate raising any unusual claim, but reserves the right to add any. Defendant states that this case does not raise unusual claims or defenses. 7. OTHER MATTERS The parties state that there are no other matters. -2- 8. BRIEFING SCHEDULE A. Plaintiff's Opening Brief Due: 3/17/14 B. Defendant’s Response Brief Due: 4/16/14 C. Plaintiff’s Reply Brief (If Any) Due: 5/1/14 9. STATEMENTS REGARDING ORAL ARGUMENT A. Plaintiff's Statement: Plaintiff feels the Judge seeing and orally hearing from Plaintiff is necessary to properly convey Plaintiff’s incontinence problems, and its effect on Plaintiff’s life. B. Defendant's Statement: Defendant does not request oral argument. 10. CONSENT TO EXERCISE OF JURISDICTION BY MAGISTRATE JUDGE Indicate below the parties' consent choice. A. ( ) All parties have consented to the exercise of jurisdiction of a United States Magistrate Judge. B. ( X ) All parties have not consented to the exercise of jurisdiction of a United States Magistrate Judge. 11. AMENDMENTS TO JOINT CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN THE PARTIES FILING MOTIONS FOR EXTENSION OF TIME OR CONTINUANCES MUST COMPLY WITH D.C.COLO.LCivR 7.1(C) BY SUBMITTING PROOF THAT A COPY OF THE MOTION HAS BEEN SERVED UPON THE MOVING ATTORNEY'S CLIENT, ALL ATTORNEYS OF RECORD, AND ALL PRO SE PARTIES. The parties agree that the Joint Case Management Plan may be altered or amended only upon a showing of good cause. DATED this 5th day of February, 2014. -3- BY THE COURT: s/John L. Kane U.S. DISTRICT COURT JUDGE APPROVED: John F. Walsh United States Attorney s/Roderick R. Brown1 6175 S. Jasmine St. Centennial, CO 80111 303-507-7314 Pro se Plaintiff 1 By: s/ David I. Blower Special Assistant U.S. Attorney 1961 Stout Street, Suite 4169 Denver, CO 80294-4003 303-844-1571 303-844-0770 (facsimile) Attorneys for Defendant Signed by David Blower with permission of Plaintiff. -4-

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