Trammell v. Commissioner of Social Security
ORDER granting 13 Motion to Remand; adopting Report and Recommendations re 16 Report and Recommendations. Signed by Judge James L. Graham on 4/24/2017. (ds)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
Lonnie J. Trammell,
Case No. 2:16-cv-547
This matter is before the court for consideration of the April
6, 2017, report and recommendation of the United States magistrate
judge to whom this case was referred pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §636(b).
Commissioner’s motion for voluntary remand, and that this case be
remanded to the Commissioner for further administrative proceedings
and a new decision under 42 U.S.C.§405(g), sentence four.
The report and recommendation specifically advised the parties
that failure to object to the report and recommendation within
fourteen days of the report “will result in a waiver of the right
to have the district judge review the Report and Recommendation de
novo, and also operates as a waiver of the right to appeal the
Doc. 16, p. 3.
The time period for filing
objections to the report and recommendation has expired, and no
party has objected to the report and recommendation.
magistrate judge (Doc. 16).
13) is granted.
The motion for voluntary remand (Doc.
This case is remanded to the Commissioner under
§405, sentence four, for further administrative proceedings and a
Upon remand, the Appeals Council will vacate all
findings in the Administrative Law Judge’s decision, and the
Commissioner will conduct further proceedings and develop the
administrative record as necessary to determine whether plaintiff
is under a disability as defined by the Social Security Act.
clerk is directed to enter judgment remanding this case to the
Date: April 24, 2017
s/James L. Graham
James L. Graham
United States District Judge
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