Barefoot v. Colvin(CONSENT)
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|April 14, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION and ORDER that the 16 Motion for Attorney's Fees be and is hereby GRANTED to the extent that the plaintiff be and is hereby AWARDED fees in the amount of $3,290.69. 2. To the extent that plaintiff's counsel reque sts that fees be awarded directly to counsel, 28 U.S.C. § 2412(d)(1)(A) authorizes the court to award fees to the prevailing party. See 28 U.S.C. § (d)(2)(B). The motion that fees be paid directly to counsel be and is hereby DENIED. However, the Commissioner is DIRECTED to mail the check to Barefoots counsel. Signed by Honorable Judge Charles S. Coody on 8/14/2015. (dmn, ) Modified on 4/14/2015 to reflect actual title. (dmn, )
|January 7, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER that the decision of the Commissioner should be reversed and that the case should be remanded to the Commissioner with instructions to award benefits to the plaintiff as further set out in the opinion and order. Further, it is ORDERED that, in accordance with Bergen v. Comm'r of Soc. Sec., 454 F.3d 1273, 1278 n. 2 (11th Cir. 2006), the plaintiff shall have sixty (60) days after she receives notice of any amount of past due benefits awarded to seek attorneys fees under 42 U.S.C. § 406(b). See also Blitch v. Astrue, 261 Fed. Appx. 241, 242 n. 1 (11th Cir. 2008). The court will enter a separate final judgment. Signed by Honorable Judge Charles S. Coody on 1/7/2015. (dmn, )
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