Byrne v. Colvin

Plaintiff: Brian Byrne
Defendant: Carolyn Colvin
Case Number: 3:2013cv04720
Filed: October 10, 2013
Court: California Northern District Court
Office: Oakland Office
County: Contra Costa
Presiding Judge: Saundra Brown Armstrong
Nature of Suit: Supplemental Security Income
Cause of Action: 42:405
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
June 23, 2015 21 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER GRANTING re 20 STIPULATION awarding EAJA fees filed by Brian Byrne. Signed by Chief Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero on 6/23/15. (klhS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 6/23/2015)
May 4, 2015 17 Opinion or Order of the Court Order by Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero granting 12 Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment.(jcslc3S, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/4/2015)

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Plaintiff: Brian Byrne
Represented By: Tony Arjo
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