Hardesty v. Astrue

Defandant's Motion and Memo to Remand

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After the filing of the Appellant's brief, the AG in Chicago called and asked us if remand was OK, apparently because they saw glaring errors in this case at the District Court level. The AG here was none to happy about it, as is demonstrated in the subsequent respone to our motion for EAJA fees, but he did it. This is what the AG filed, asking the court to accept remand from the 7th Circuit.

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Reference Info:Federal, 7th Circuit, Indiana | United States


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