December 10, 2009
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, PLAINTIFF
NHS SYSTEMS, INC., A PENNSYLVANIA CORPORATION, ALSO D/B/A NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS AND NATIONAL HEALTH NET ONLINE, AND HARRY F. BELL, JR., INDIVIDUALLY AND AS AN OFFICER OR PRINCIPAL OF NHS SYSTEMS, INC., AND PHYSICIAN HEALTH SERVICE, LLC, A MISSOURI LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, ALSO D/B/A/ AMERICAN HEALTH BENEFITS ON LINE, AND DONNA NEWMAN, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS AN OFFICER OR PRINCIPAL OF PHYSICIAN HEALTH SERVICE, LLC, AND JOHN E. BARTHOLOMEW, INDIVIDUALLY, AND PLUS HEALTH SAVINGS, INC., A PENNSYLVANIA CORPORATION PHYSICIANS HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC., A DELAWARE CORPORATION, ALSO D/B/A AMERICAN HEALTH BENEFITS ON LINE HEALTH MANAGEMENT, LLC, A MISSOURI LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY 6676529 CANADA, INC., A CANADIAN CORPORATION NICOLE BERTRAND, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS AN OFFICER OR PRINCIPAL OF 6676529 CANADA, INC. BARRY KIRSTEIN, INDIVIDUALLY "DANNIE BOIE" A PERSON WHOSE TRUE IDENTITY IS UNKNOWN, INDIVIDUALLY PHS ENTERPRISES, INC., A NEVADA CORPORATION FIRST STEP MANAGEMENT, INC., A ST. LUCIA COMPANY GOLD DOT, INC., A ST. LUCIA COMPANY LINKE JN PAUL, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS AN OFFICER OR PRINCIPAL OF FIRST STEP MANAGEMENT, INC. AND GOLD DOT, INC. TASHA JN PAUL, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS AN OFFICER OR PRINCIPAL OF GOLD DOT, INC. NEVADA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC., A NEVADA CORPORATION INTERFACE MANAGEMENT, INC., A FLORIDA CORPORATION, ALSO D/B/A GALAXY MEMBER BENEFITS BEGINNING AGAIN, INC., A FLORIDA CORPORATION DEFENDANTS
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Louis H. Pollak Pollak, J.
AND NOW, this 10th day of December 2009, upon consideration of the parties' memoranda of law and the record herein, it is hereby ORDERED as follows:
(1) Teledraft's Motion for a Stay Pending Appeal (Docket No. 111) is DENIED;
(2) The portion of this court's order dated September 24, 2009 (docket no. 109) requiring Teledraft to turn over $264,224.03 to the Receiver appointed in this matter is STAYED for a period of thirty (30) days following the entry of this order. Unless a further stay is granted by the Third Circuit, the stay will expire without further order of this court upon expiration of the thirty (30) day period.
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