Cates-Wyles v. Social Security Administration
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|December 3, 2009
ORDER adopting 29 Recommended Disposition in its entirety; therefore, Pltf's 24 Motion for Attorney's Fees is GRANTED; the Commissioner shall certify and pay to Mr. Alan J. Nussbaum, attorney for Pltf, $14,814.25, as attorney's fees under 42 USC 406(b); Mr. Nussbaum is directed to immediately refund to Pltf, the $6,657.50 awarded to him under the EAJA. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 12/3/09. (vjt)
|November 19, 2009
PROPOSED FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION recommending that 24 Plaintiff's MOTION for Attorney Fees be granted; that the Commissioner certify and pay to Mr. Alan J. Nussbaum $14,814.25 as attorney's fees under 42 U.S.C. § 40 6(b); and that Mr. Nussbaum immediately refund to Plaintiff the $6,657.50 awarded to him under the EAJA Objections to R&R due 11 days from the date of the findings and recommendations. Signed by Magistrate Judge J. Thomas Ray on 11/19/2009. (thd)
|February 6, 2008
PROPOSED FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION recommending that the final decision of the Commissioner be reversed and remanded for action consistent with this opinion. This recommended remand would be a "sentence four" remand within the meaning of 42 U.S.C. 405(g) and Melkonyan v Sullivan, 501 U.S. 89(1991). Objections to R&R due by 2/20/2008. Signed by Magistrate Judge J. Thomas Ray on 2/6/2008. (smb)
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