Danner v. Commissioner Social Security Administration

Filing 19

ORDER: Granting Stipulated Motion to Remand 18 . Signed on 3/31/2021 by Judge Michael J. McShane. (cp)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF OREGON LEEANN M. DANNER, Civil No. 6:20-cv-00530-MC Plaintiff, ORDER FOR REMAND v. COMMISSIONER, SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION Defendant. Based on the stipulation of the parties, it is hereby ORDERED that the above-captioned case be REVERSED and REMANDED for further administrative proceedings pursuant to sentence four of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g). On remand, the Appeals Council will instruct the administrative law judge to take any steps necessary to fully develop the administrative record, and to provide Plaintiff an opportunity for a new hearing and to submit additional evidence in support of her claim. Further, the Council will direct the ALJ to reevaluate the opinion evidence and reassess Plaintiff’s residual functional capacity. If warranted, the ALJ will obtain supplemental vocational evidence or otherwise comply with Social Security Ruling 00-4p to resolve all apparent conflicts and articulate the resolution of any apparent conflicts between the jobs identified and the Dictionary of Occupational Titles. Upon proper presentation, the Court will consider whether reasonable attorney fees, costs, and expenses should be awarded pursuant to the Equal Access to Justice Act, 28 U.S.C. § 2412(d). IT IS SO ORDERED this _________ day of __________________ 2021. 31st March s/Michael J. McShane ____________________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE Page 1 ORDER - [6:20-CV-00530-MC] Submitted by: SCOTT ERIK ASPHAUG, OSB #833674 United States Attorney RENATA GOWIE, OSB #175273 Civil Division Chief s/ Lisa Goldoftas LISA GOLDOFTAS Special Assistant United States Attorney of Attorneys for Defendant (206) 615-3858 Page 2 ORDER - [6:20-CV-00530-MC]

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