Harmon v. Commissioner of Social Security
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|September 30, 2015
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd on 9/29/15 ORDERING that Plaintiff's MOTION for Attorney fees 21 is GRANTED. Counsel for Plaintiff is awarded $8,500 in attorney fees under § 406(b). The Commissioner is directed to pay the fee forthwith and remit to Plaintiff the remainder of her withheld benefits; and Upon receipt of the $8,500 in attorney fees pursuant to § 406(b), counsel shall reimburse Plaintiff in the amount of $3,300 previously paid by the government under the EAJA.(Mena-Sanchez, L)
|November 21, 2014
STIPULATION and ORDER 19 for award and payment of attorney fees and expenses pursuant to Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) signed by Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd on 11/20/2014. Plaintiff Kim Harmon is awarded fees and costs in amount of $3,300.00 under EAJA and costs in amount of $400.00. (Marciel, M)
|September 19, 2014
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd on 9/18/14: Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment 12 is granted. Defendant's cross-motion for summary judgment 15 is denied. The Commissioner's decision is reversed. This matter is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this order. (Kaminski, H)
|January 27, 2014
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd on 1/24/14 re: 13 EXTENDING time until 2/20/14 for defendant to file opposition to 12 MOTION for SUMMARY JUDGMENT ( Responses due by 2/20/2014.) (Meuleman, A)
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