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Age (younger Person) Younger Person—if an individual is under age 50, the regulations provide that generally SSA does not consider that the individual’s age will seriously affect the ability to adapt to new work situations. It is only when an individual is illiterate and age 45 through 49 that age affects the ability to adapt to new work situations for those under age 50.
Age (person Approaching Advanced Age) Person Approaching Advanced Age—if an individual is closely approaching advanced age (50-54), SSA will consider age along with a severe impairment and limited work experience as possibly seriously affecting an individual’s ability to adapt to a significant number of jobs in the national economy.
Age (person Of Advanced Age) Person of Advanced Age—SSA considers advanced age (55-59) to be the point at which age significantly affects a person’s ability to engage in substantial gainful activity. If an individual is severely impaired, of advanced age, and cannot do at least medium work, he/she may be found disabled unless the individual has skills that can be used in (transferred to) less demanding jobs that exist in significant numbers in the national economy.
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Author Case Note, "Bevan vs. Brandon Township - The Case against Private Road Ordinance Regulation for Pre-existing Lots" Public Corporation Law Quarterly, January 1990; "Polling of Members of a Public Body Under the Open Meetings Act," Public Corporation Law Quarterly, June 1993; "Legislation Seeks to Arrest Domestic Violence," Public Corporation law Quarterly, October 1994; "Handling Off Public Policy to a Sub-quorum Committee is Illegal Procedure," Public Corporation Law Quarterly, June 1999
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Wheeler Upham A Professional Corporation
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Delta Theta Phi. Author: "The Plague of Podsnappery," Michigan International Lawyer, Vol. VII, Spring, 1995.
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Robert L. Hindelang, P.C.
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Practice Areas: Business Planning; Commercial Litigation; Customs; Labor; Finance; Debtor and Creditor Collections; Probate; Taxation; Estate Planning  Admitted: 1975, Michigan; 1976, U.S. Court of International Trade; 1980, U.S. Supreme Court; 1987, U.S. Tax Court; 1993, U.S. Court of Appeals; U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals     Law School: University of Detroit Mercy, J.D.     Member: American Association of Attorney (Certified Public Accountants, 1985-present); Vice-president Michigan chapter
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Phi Delta Phi. Member, Barristers Society. Board of Trustees, Olivet College, 2000—. Fellow: American Judicature Society (Director, 1983-1987); Michigan State Bar Foundation (Trustee, 1992-2000). Life Fellow: American Bar Foundation; American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (Elected, 1979).
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Stephen M. Denenfeld has been associated with Lewis Reed & Allen P.C. or its predecessor since 1983. He attended the University of Michigan where he obtained a Bachelor's Degree in 1975, and was awarded his Juris Doctorate Degree from Wayne State University in 1978. Although thirty-plus years of practice have given him experiences in several areas of law, Steve now focuses in the business and commercial arena, including commercial litigation, employment law, business torts, and general civil li
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