Valdivia v. Commissioner SSA
||Maria Del Carmen Valdivia
||November 25, 2014
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
||Amos L. Mazzant
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||42 U.S.C. § 405
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|March 18, 2016
AMENDED MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER re 25 Second MOTION for Attorney Fees filed by Maria Del Carmen Valdivia. The Court's February 11 Order is vacated [Dkt. 24]. The Court hereby enters this Amended Order. Plaintiff's Ap plication for Attorney Fees under the Equal Access to Justice Act [Dkt. 20] is GRANTED. Plaintiff's Motion for Additional Attorney Fees under the Equal Access to Justice Act [Dkt. 25] is similarly GRANTED. Defendant Commissioner shall pay a sum total of five thousand nine hundred and twenty four dollars and seventy six cents ($5,924.76) as reasonable attorney's fees and costs, made payable to Plaintiff, such payment to be mailed to Plaintiff's counsel. Signed by Magistrate Judge Christine A. Nowak on 3/18/2016. (kls, )
|November 2, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER. The Court finds that Defendant's Motion to Remand [Dkt. 12] is GRANTED, and that a final judgment will be entered ordering that Defendant Commissioner's October 22, 2013 unfavorable decision denying Plaintiff's claims for disability insurance benefits be REVERSED and REMANDED under the fourth sentence of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g) for further administrative proceedings. Signed by Magistrate Judge Christine A. Nowak on 11/2/2015. (kls, )
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