Brekeen v. Social Security Administration
Court Docket Sheet
Eastern District of Arkansas4:2016-cv-00517 (ared)
SCHEDULING ORDER: Plaintiff must file a Brief by 11/17/2016; Defendant must file a Brief within 42 days of the date Plaintiff's Brief is served; and other briefing requirements. Signed by Deputy Clerk at the direction of the Court on 10/6/2016.
Case 4:16-cv-00517-BD Document 9 Filed 10/06/16 Page 1 of 2 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS WESTERN DIVISION MICHAEL TODD BREKEEN PLAINTIFF v. NO. 4:16-CV-517-BD CAROLYN W. COLVIN, ACTING COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION DEFENDANT SCHEDULING ORDER Plaintiff seeks review of the determination of the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration. The Commissioner has filed an Answer to the Complaint and transcript of the administrative proceedings. Plaintiff must file a brief in support of the allegations of the Complaint on or before November 17, 2016. The brief must identify specific points for appeal. Plaintiffâs failure to file a timely brief may result in dismissal for failure to prosecute. Defendant must file a brief within 42 days of the date Plaintiffâs brief is served. Defendantâs brief must respond to the issues raised in Plaintiffâs brief and may include additional relevant issues. After briefs have been filed, an oral argument hearing by telephone may be scheduled. Each party must serve a copy of its brief on the opposing party the day of filing and file a certificate of service with the brief. Briefs should provide a short and concise history of the administrative proceedings and statement of facts. Plaintiffâs brief must identify specific points for appeal, together with relevant law and argument, and Case 4:16-cv-00517-BD Document 9 Filed 10/06/16 Page 2 of 2 Defendantâs brief must respond to each argument raised by the Plaintiff, preferably in the same order. All briefs must include citations of legal authority to support the arguments made. These citations should include specific page references within the case where the cited point is discussed. Briefs must also identify facts to support the legal arguments made and include citations to referenced portions of the transcript supporting the partyâs arguments. Any argument in a brief that is not supported by relevant law and argument (with citation to relevant portions of the transcript), will be considered to have been waived by the briefing party. DATED this 6th day of October, 2016. AT THE DIRECTION OF THE COURT James W. McCormack, Clerk By:/s/Suzy Flippen Deputy Clerk
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