Eubanks v. Colvin
ORDER GRANTING 30 Consent Motion for Attorney Fees. The Commissioner is ordered to pay the plaintiff's counsel the sum of $3,561.25 in full satisfaction of any and all EAJA claims. Signed by US District Judge Terrence W. Boyle on 12/13/2014. (Fisher, M.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROUNA
Acting Commissioner of Social
This action being submitted to the Cout1 for entry of a Consent Order agreed to by the
parties and it appearing that Plaintiff, by and through his attorney, has executed this Consent
Order and Defendant has executed this Consent Order, by and through the undersigned Assistant
United States Attorney; and it appearing that the parties have agreed that the Commissioner of
Social Security should pay the sum of $3,561.25 for attorney fees, in full and final settlement of
all claims due against the Social Security Administration, for attorney fees arising under the
Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA). 28 U.S.C. § 2412(d).
It is therefore ORDERED that the Commissioner of Social Security pay to Plaintiff the
sum of $3,561.25 in full satisfaction of any and all claims arising under EAJA, 28 U .S.C. §
2412( d), delivered to counsel's office address, and upon the payment of such sum this case is
dismissed with prejudice.
CHARLOTTE W. HALL
Attorney for Plaintiff
N.C. Bar# 41290
Charles T. Hall Law Firm, P.C.
P.O. Box 10629
Raleigh, NC 27605
Telephone: (919) 791-1883
Fax: (919) 791-1886
charlotte@charlesha11 firm .com
PETER A. HEINLEIN
Attorney for Defendant
Special Assistant United States Attorney
Social Security Administration
Office ofthe General Counsel
Room 646, Altmeyer Building
6401 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21235
Telephone: (41 0) 965-2350
Fax: (41 0) 597-0137
Peter. Heinlein@ssa. gov
Case 4:14-cv-00046-BO Document 30-3 Filed 12/02/14 Page 2 of 2
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