Loew v. Commissioner, Social Security Administration
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|September 16, 2015
ORDER - Plaintiff's counsel's motion for attorney fees pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 406(b) (Dkt. 30 ) is GRANTED. Plaintiff's counsel is entitled to $7,922 in § 406(b) fees, representing approximately 25 percent of P laintiff's retroactive benefits recovery after the previously awarded EAJA fees are subtracted. The Commissioner is directed to send Plaintiff's attorney the amount of $7,922, less any applicable administrative assessment as allowed by statute. Signed on 9/16/2015 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
|August 25, 2014
ORDER - Plaintiff's application for attorney's fees (Dkt. 26 ) is GRANTED. Plaintiff is awarded $4,773.36 for attorney's fees under 28 U.S.C. § 2412. EAJA fees are subject to any offsets allowed under the Treasury Of fset Program, as discussed in Ratliff, 560 U.S. at 593-94. Because Plaintiff has filed with the Court an assignment of EAJA fees to his counsel (Dkt. 27 -1), if Plaintiff has no debt subject to the Treasury Offset Program, then Defendant shall cause the check to be made payable to Plaintiff's attorney and mailed to Plaintiffs attorney. If Plaintiff owes a debt subject to the Treasury Offset Program, then the check for any remaining funds after offset of the debt shall be payable to Plaintiff and mailed to Plaintiff's attorney. Signed 8/25/2014 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
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