VILLARREAL v. COMMISSION OF SOCIAL SECURITY

Civil Action No. 16-13004.

Roberto Villarreal, Plaintiff(s), v. Commission of Social Security, Defendant(s).

United States District Court, E.D. Michigan, Southern Division.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 42 U.S.C. § 405
Cause: 42 U.S.C. § 405 Review of HHS Decision (DIWW)
Nature of Suit: 861 Social Security: HIA
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Roberto Villarreal, Plaintiff, represented by Barry F. Keller , Keller & Avadenka.

Commissioner of Social Security, Defendant, represented by Nicole Sonia , Social Security Administration & Vanessa Miree Mays , U.S. Attorney's Office.


ORDER REGARDING CONSENT FOR SOCIAL SECURITY CASES

VICTORIA A. ROBERTS, District Judge.

In the interest of the prompt and efficient adjudication of this case, it is ordered that the parties discuss whether they are willing to consent, under 28 U.S.C. § 636(c), to have a Magistrate Judge conduct all further proceedings.

If both parties consent to proceed before the Magistrate Judge, counsel for Defendant must, within two weeks of the date of this order, file a fully executed Notice, Consent and Reference of a Civil Action to a Magistrate Judge form, a copy of which is attached to this order (and is also available in fillable format at: https://www.mied.uscourts.gov/PDFFIles/Notice_Consent_Ref_MJ_RE.pdf ). If the form is submitted, the Court will enter a reference order and all further proceedings will be conducted before the Magistrate Judge. Any appeal of the Magistrate Judge's decision would be taken directly to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

If either party does not consent, the parties must file a joint notice, within two weeks of the date of this order, advising the Court that the parties do not consent. Do not disclose the identity of the party or parties who do not consent.

The parties are free to withhold consent without negative consequences.

IT IS ORDERED.


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