Stanley M Watson v. Commissioner of Social Security Administration

Plaintiff: Stanley M Watson
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Case Number: 8:2017cv01367
Filed: August 8, 2017
Court: California Central District Court
Presiding Judge: Jacqueline Chooljian
Nature of Suit: Other

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May 24, 2018 20 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER AWARDING EAJA FEES by Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Chooljian. Fees awarded to Plaintiff in the amount of $ 2,871.79 in fees and $400.00 in costs. Re: Stipulation for Award of EAJA Fees 19 (sbou)

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Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Represented By: Patrick W Snyder
Represented By: Assistant US Attorney LA-SSA
Represented By: Assistant US Attorney SA-CV
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Plaintiff: Stanley M Watson
Represented By: Troy Dana Monge
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