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Bradshaw v. Berryhill (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-039-18, 15 pp.) (Paige Gossett, USMJ) 0:16-cv-03530; D.S.C. Holding: Even if the administrative law judge used improper language in determining plaintiff’s residual functional capacity and assessing her credibility, this error was harmless since the ALJ properly analyzed plaintiff’s credibility elsewhere in the opinion. The denial of Social Security disability benefits is ...

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