Simpson v. Commissioner Social Security Administration
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|February 10, 2016
ORDER - Plaintiff's counsel's amended motion for attorney fees pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 406(b) (Dkt. 22 ) is GRANTED. Plaintiff's counsel is entitled to $16,902.22, in § 406(b) fees, representing approximately 25 percent of Plaintiff's retroactive benefits recovery. When issuing the section 406(b) check for payment to Plaintiff's attorney, the Commissioner is directed to subtract the $4,484.57 previously awarded under EAJA and send Plaintiff 039;s attorney the balance of $12,417.65, less any applicable administrative assessment as allowed by statute. The original motion for § 406(b) fees (Dkt. 21 ) is DENIED AS MOOT. Signed on 2/10/2016 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja) Modified on 2/10/2016 to change date signed (mja).
|January 23, 2015
ORDER - Granting Plaintiff's Application for Fees Pursuant to EAJA 18 . Plaintiff is awarded $4,484.57 for attorney's fees under 28 U.S.C. § 2412. EAJA fees are subject to any offsets allowed under the Treasury Offset P rogram, as discussed in Ratliff, 560 U.S. at 593-94. Because Plaintiff has filed with the court an assignment of EAJA fees to counsel (Dkt. 18 -1), Defendant shall cause the payment of fees, after any applicable offsets, to be made directly to Plaintiff's counsel. Signed on 1/23/2015 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
|November 6, 2014
Opinion and Order - The decision by the Commissioner is REMANDED for further proceedings. Signed on 11/6/14 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
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