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The Role of Vocational Issues in a Social Security Case

Date: September 14, 2012

Two experienced Social Security attorneys discuss how vocational issues may affect the outcome of a Social Security disability case. Topics include significance of vocational evidence in the sequential evaluation process, new POMS and proposed regulations on past relevant work, questioning a vocational expert (VE), and overview of relevant case law.

Date of original presentation: 09/14/2012

Presenters: Kate Callery (Empire Justice Center), Peter Racette (Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York)

Viewing time: 1 hour 4 minutes

CLE Credit: 1.0 Professional Practice

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