Lesueur v. Colvin
||Carolyn W. Colvin
||February 22, 2013
||Missouri Eastern District Court
||St. Louis Office
||St. Louis - City
||Nannette A. Baker
|Nature of Suit:
||Social Security: DIWC/DIWW
|Cause of Action:
||42:405 Review of HHS Decision (DIWC)
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 8, 2014
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER re: 17 1 ORDERED that the relief which Lesueur seeks in his Complaint and Brief in Support of Complaint is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. [Docs. 1, 17] FURTHER ORDERED the ALJs decision of March 26, 2012 is REVERSED and REMANDED for a consultative examination of Lesueurs non-exertional functional limitations and a new residual functional capacity determination. FURTHER ORDERED that a Judgment of Reversal and Remand will be filed contemporaneously with this Memorandum and Order remanding this case to the Commissioner of Social Security for further consideration pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 405(g), sentence 4. cc: commissioner. Signed by Magistrate Judge Nannette A. Baker on 1/8/14. (CEL)
|April 24, 2014
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiffs Motion for Attorneys Fees is GRANTED. [Doc. 27.] IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant Commissioner of Social Security shall remit to Michael Ferry attorneys fees in the amount of $4,695.02, subject to any pre-existing debt that the Plaintiff owes the United States. 27 Signed by Magistrate Judge Nannette A. Baker on 4/24/14. (CLA)
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