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SSA has modified numerous HALLEX provisions addressing important procedural issues in the past two years. This session will discuss the latest version of the HALLEX addressing such issues as: obtaining prior claim files (updated 6/9/14); waiver of the right to appear at the hearing (updated 8/29/14); assignment of cases to ALJs (updated 8/29/14); required disclosure of evidence before and after the hearing (updated 8/29/14); obtaining VE testimony through interrogatories (updated 8/29/14); issuance of subpoenas (updated 10/8/15); hearing procedures for unrepresented claimants (updated 5/4/15); closing the hearing (updated 4/15/15); proffer procedures (updated 4//17/15); requests for extensions of time to file ja civil action (updated 3/2/15); scope of Appeals Council review (updated 1/13/16); and denials of Requests for Reviews (updated 6/25/15).
Sarah H. Bohris an appellate attorney who has specialized in Social Security law for over 30 years. She is a partner in Bohr & Harrington, LLC in Jacksonville, FL that offers a national Social Security brief writing service. Sarah is a past president of NOSSCR and a 2007 recipient of NOSSCR’s Eileen P. Sweeny’s Distinguished Service Award. Sarah is also an author of five publications, has written briefs for filing in district and circuit courts and has successfully argued Sims v. Apfel, 530 U.S. 103 before the Supreme Court.