Monthly Archives: April 2009

Free CLE seminar on Second Life®, “Web 2.0 Tools for Lawyers”

As I have mentioned before on my blog, I am a big fan of the virtual world of  Second Life and am active in the Second Life Bar Association.  A terrific opportunity is coming up this weekend to earn free … Continue reading

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California state furloughs of DDS employees result in Social Security Disability adjudication delays

It makes sense.  If you prohibit employees from working two days a month, productively will be lowered and claims will not be adjudicated.  Now it is official.  On March 27, 2009, the Social Security Administration’s Office of Inspector General issued … Continue reading

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May a student on SSI receive a scholarship and remain on SSI?

I recently received a question from a student attending a San Francisco bay area university asking whether a receipt of a scholarship would prevent him from collecting SSI.  The answer is “no,”  as long as the scholarship is used (or … Continue reading

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