Hieb v. Social Security, Commissioner of
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|March 13, 2017
ORDER adopting Report and Recommendations re 30 Report and Recommendations ; granting 24 Motion for Attorney Fees. After consideration of the Report and Recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge, [Doc. 30], concerni ng plaintiffs motion for attorneys fees, [Doc. 24], under Title 42 United States Code section 406(b), it is hereby ORDERED that the Report and Recommendation is ADOPTED and APPROVED and that the plaintiffs motion is GRANTED. No objection was filed to this Report and Recommendation. Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED a fee in the amount of $4,492.00 be awarded. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 3/13/2017. (JCK)
|April 15, 2014
ORDER: adopting Report and Recommendations re 21 Report and Recommendations; granting 17 Motion for Attorney Fees, and the plaintiff is awarded EAJA fees in the amount of $1,750.00, expenses in the amount of $17.25, and costs in the amount of $350.00. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 4/15/2014. (RLC, )
|January 30, 2014
ORDER: adopting 13 Report and Recommendations; granting 9 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; denying 11 Motion for Summary Judgment; and this case is REMANDED to the Commissioner for further evaluation of the limitations imposed by plaintiffs mental impairment, including professional examination. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 1/30/2014. (RLC, )
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