Alegre v. Commissioner Social Security Administration
ORDER: Granting Stipulated Application for Fees Pursuant to EAJA 26 . After considering the Stipulated Motion of the parties submitted herein, Order hereby grants that Commissioner shall pay Plaintiff's attorney the sum of $4296.76 upon verification that Plaintiff has no debt to the government which qualifies for offset against the awarded fees. See Order for further details. Signed on 9/18/2017 by Magistrate Judge John Jelderks. (jtj)
Drew L. Johnson
1700 Valley River Drive
Eugene, OR 97401
Attorneys for Plaintiff
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF OREGON
MARY E. ALEGRE,
Civil No. 6:16-cv-01413-JE
ORDER FOR ATTORNEY FEES
PURSUANT TO EAJA
Commissioner of Social Security
After considering the Stipulated Motion of the parties submitted herein, Order hereby
grants that Commissioner shall pay Plaintiff’s attorney the sum of $4296.76 upon verification
that Plaintiff has no debt to the government which qualifies for offset against the awarded fees,
pursuant to the reasoning in Astrue v. Ratliff, 560 U.S. 586, 130 S. Ct. 2521, 2527 (2010) (EAJA
awards fees subject “to a federal administrative offset if the Litigant has outstanding federal
debts”) for full settlement of all claims for fees under EAJA.
1 – ORDER FOR ATTORNEY FEES PURSUANT TO EAJA
If Plaintiff has no such federal debt, payment of $4296.76 shall be made to Plaintiff’s
attorney Drew L. Johnson and mailed to his office at 1700 Valley River Drive, Eugene, OR
97401. If Plaintiff has such debt, the check for any remaining funds after offset shall be made
out to Plaintiff and mailed to counsel’s office at the address provided above.
IT IS SO ORDERED this day of September _____, 2017
/s/ John Jelderks
U.S. District Judge/Magistrate Judge
/s/ DREW L. JOHNSON
Drew L. Johnson, OSB #75200
Of Attorneys for Plaintiff
2 – ORDER FOR ATTORNEY FEES PURSUANT TO EAJA
Disclaimer: Justia Dockets & Filings provides public litigation records from the federal appellate and district courts. These filings and docket sheets should not be considered findings of fact or liability, nor do they necessarily reflect the view of Justia.
Why Is My Information Online?