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Cary Winslow’s Legal Cases

8 total

  • Maisonet v. NJ Dept of Human Services

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    May 23, 1995
    Outcome:
    NJ Supreme Court affirmance
    Description:
    Established procedure in NJ state courts for obtaining § 1988 attorney's fees in court review of administrative decisions.
  • L.T. v. NJ Dept of Human Services

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    Dec 15, 1993
    Outcome:
    NJ Supreme Court reversal
    Description:
    Struck down state regulation limiting to 12 months temporary rental assistance to homeless welfare recipients. Held that regulation terminating rental assistance without any fall-back provision for shelter inconsistent with state General Public Assistance Law.
  • Meyer v. NJ Dept of Human Services

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    Dec 23, 1993
    Outcome:
    NJ Appellate Division reversal
    Description:
    Held that agency could not reduce assistance without adequate advance written notice setting forth its calculations in determining reduction. Ordered all assistance restored.
  • J.C. v. Commissioner of Social Security

    Practice Area:
    Social Security
    Date:
    Feb 27, 2009
    Outcome:
    ALJ decision vacated and case remanded
    Description:
    ALJ's rejection of IQ test results not supported by substantial evidence in the record. District court found that ALJ incorrectly applied Listing 12.05C.
  • D.D. v. Commissioner of Social Security

    Practice Area:
    Social Security
    Date:
    Feb 29, 2008
    Outcome:
    Fully favorable decision following court remand.
    Description:
    ALJ's denial found not based on substantial evidence. ALJ had failed to take into consideration D.D.'s deficiencies in concentration, persistance, and pace. Fully favorable decision followed remand hearing.
  • L.S. v. Commissioner of Social Security

    Practice Area:
    Social Security
    Date:
    Jan 16, 2007
    Outcome:
    Fully favorable decision following court remand.
    Description:
    ALJ's denial found not based on substantial evidence in the record. ALJ had failed to adequately evaluate claimant's alleged mental impairments. Fully favorable decision issued following remand hearing.
  • C.R. v. Commissioner of Social Security

    Practice Area:
    Social Security
    Date:
    Feb 25, 2009
    Outcome:
    ALJ decision vacated and case remanded
    Description:
    ALJ's step five denial not based on substantial evidence. Contradictory VE testimony failed to establish that plaintiff could still perform simple routine work despite moderate impairments in concentration, persistance, and pace.
  • F.U. v. Commissioner of Social Security

    Practice Area:
    Social Security
    Date:
    Sep 18, 2007
    Outcome:
    Voluntary reversal of adverse ALJ decision
    Description:
    Following filing of plaintiff's brief, which argued that the record did not support ALJ's decision that plaintiff could perform past work as an instructor, Commissioner agreed to remand, reversed ALJ, and issued fully favorable decision.