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Seila Law Objections: Preserving Issues in the Event of a Denial

This session will focus on very specific things you can include in your pre-hearing and post-hearing letters to preserve issues for subsequent review.  The Agency is aggressively pursuing forfeiture and waiver rules in federal court.  You need to have a strategy to counter that.  Included in this session will be how to use the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Seila Law to possibly obtain relief for many of your clients.
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Category:
Seila Law |  Issue Preclusion
Faculty:
David Chermol
Course Levels:
All Skill Levels
Duration:
1 Hour
Format:
Audio and Video

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This session will focus on very specific things you can include in your pre-hearing and post-hearing letters to preserve issues for subsequent review.  The Agency is aggressively pursuing forfeiture and waiver rules in federal court.  You need to have a strategy to counter that.  Included in this session will be how to use the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Seila Law to possibly obtain relief for many of your clients.

 

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Chermol & Fishman, LLC


David Chermol is the Lead Partner at Chermol & Fishman, LLC, a law firm that focuses on federal court appeals of unfavorable ALJ decisions across the entire United States. Mr. Chermol is a former GS-15 Special Assistant United States Attorney for SSA-OGC. He served as co-chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Social Security Disability Committee for several years. In March of 2014, he was awarded the National Association of Disability Representatives’ Member of the Year Award. Mr. Chermol serves by court appointment as the Social Security disability pro se appeals panel coordinator in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. During the 2008 campaign, he served as regional co-director on disability issues in Pennsylvania for the Obama campaign. He handles federal court appeals for other disability attorneys in all 50 states.