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United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
Case Number:20-4372 Docketed: 06/22/2020
Sherry Craig-Davidson v. Denis McDonough
Appeal From: Department of Veteran Affairs
Fee Status: dfh
Case Type Information:
     1) NOA - Veterans Appeal
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10/05/2023 Open Document Judgment (KS)
12/05/2023 Open Document Mandate (TM)
12/06/2023 Open Document Application for atty's fees under EAJA. (EP)
01/03/2024 Open Document Motion of Appellee to ext time to file a response to EAJA applic. Requested date 02/20/2024. (Unopposed) (LMJ)
01/03/2024    Clerk's stamp order granting motion to ext time to file EAJA response to 2/20/24 (KS)
02/20/2024 Open Document Appellee's response to EAJA applic (LMJ)
03/21/2024 Open Document Appellant's reply to appellee's response to EAJA applic (EP)
03/22/2024    Assigned case to Judge Laurer (EAJA screening) (ARW)
06/06/2024 Open Document ORDERED that appellant is entitled to attorney fees and costs under EAJA. It is also ORDERED that the Court schedule a Rule 33 staff conference. It is also ORDERED that within 30 days of the staff conference, the parties file separate responses or a joint response, not exceeding 5 pages, and advise the Court on the status of their negotiations. (LAURER) (KS)
06/10/2024 Open Document ORDERED that the Court will initiate an EAJA settlement conference on July 11, 2024, at 2:30 PM ET. See U.S. VET. APP. R. 33. Prior to the conference, the parties will confer by telephone regarding the issues before the Court, including the amount of fees and expenses sought by the appellant. The conference will be conducted by Robert Schneider, Esq., of the Court's Central Legal Staff. The attorneys will consult with the parties they represent, and come prepared to report the results of their pre-conference meeting regarding the matter before the Court. Further, the parties will come to the conference possessing sufficient authority to reach a full settlement of the matter or to state that no settlement can be reached on the final terms proposed by the appellant or the Secretary. It is further ORDERED that proceedings in the appeal are stayed pending further order of the Court. (KS)