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The ideal reference for Social Security law practitioners, Social Security Disability: Law and Procedure in Federal Court helps you decide whether to appeal to federal court, argue your case in federal court more effectively, and avoid pitfalls of exceptions in federal jurisdictional rules and differences between circuits. Content ranges from an introduction to Social Security law to expert analysis of complex issues, such as:
This manual allows you to test your case against an expert's insights, strategies, and suggested arguments and to represent your clients successfully. Research aids include a table of cases, a table of statutes, and a table of regulations. Attorney's fees, district court practice and administrative proceedings are also discussed.