Santiago v. Barnhart
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|May 20, 2010
ORDER GRANTING ATTORNEY'S FEES PURSUANT TO THE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT, 28 U.S.C. 2412(d) - Pursuant to the parties' 41 Stipulation, Pla is awarded atty fees in the amount of $5,400.00. This amount represents compensation for all legal services rendered on behalf of Pla by cnsl in connection with this civil action. The parties' stipulation constitutes a compromise settlement of Pla's request for EAJA atty fees, and does not constitute an admission of liability on the part of Dft under the EAJA. Payment shall constitute a complete release from and bar to any and all claims Pla may have relating to EAJA fees in connection with this action. Any payment shall be made payable to Pla and delivered to Pla's cnsl. This award is without prejudice to the rights of Pla's cnsl to seek Social Security Act atty fees under 42 U.S.C. § 406, subject to the provisions of the EAJA. Signed by Judge Robert C Broomfield on 5/17/10. (SAT)
|February 10, 2010
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 16 Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment; granted with respect to error in the ALJ's disability determination, but denied to the extent that she seeks a remand for an award of benefits. IT IS F URTHER ORDERED denying 24 Defendant's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment. Commissioner's decision denying benefits is vacated. This matter is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this Order. Signed by Judge Robert C Broomfield on 2/9/10.(LSP)
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