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14-847 - Taylor v. Commissioner of Social Security


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14-847 - Taylor v. Commissioner of Social Security
September 28, 2015
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Memorandum Opinion and Order that the Magistrate Judge finds that the decision of the Commissioner is not supported by substantial evidence. Accordingly, the Court VACATES the decision of the Commissioner and REMANDS the case to the Social Security Administration. Signed by Magistrate Judge Kenneth S. McHargh on 9/28/15. (M,De)
September 28, 2015
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Judgment Entry that Pursuant to the Court's 20 Memorandum Opinion & Order filed September 28, 2015, the Court VACATES the decision of the Commissioner of Social Security and REMANDS the case back to the Social Security Administration. Signed by Magistrate Judge Kenneth S. McHargh on 9/28/15. (M,De)
February 15, 2017
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Memorandum Opinion and Order: Plaintiff's motions to alter/amend (Doc. No. 26) and for a ruling on the motion (Doc. No. 27) are granted. The Court awards EAJA attorney fees to plaintiff in the total amount of $8,410.75. Pursuant assignment plaintiff has made with respect to EAJA fees. Judge Sara Lioi on 2/15/2017. (P,J)to Astrue v. Ratliff, 560 U.S. 586, 130 S. Ct. 2521, 177 L. Ed. 2d 91 (2010), an EAJA award may be subject to set-off by any pre-existing debt owed by plaintiff to the government. The Commissioner is ordered to determine, within 30 days from the date of this order, whether plaintiff owes a pre-existing debt to the government, to offset any such debt against the award granted herein, and to pay the balance to the plaintiff, or to plaintiff's attorney, in accordance with the provisions of any