QK Healthcare, Inc. v. Trimed Medical Wholesalers, Inc. et al
TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE ORDER by Magistrate Judge Jean P. Rosenbluth re EX PARTE APPLICATION for Writ of of Attachment 10 . (kl)
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, state bar number, and address):
FOR COURT USE ONLY
Joseph R. Dunn (SBN 238069); Abigail V. O'Brient(SBN 265704)
MINTZ LEVIN CORN FERRIS GLOVSKY AND POPEO, P.C.
3580 Carmel Mountain Road, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92130
orroRrvevFOR~Name~: PlBilltiff QK HEALTHCARE, INC.
NAME OF COURT:
UTIlteC~ StSteS D1S1]'1Ct COUTL, Central
SBRIe 8S BI~OVE
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
LOS AIIgeleS, CA
District of California
ZSS E. Te1Tlp10 St.
QK HEALTHCARE, INC.
~EFEN~arvT: TRIMED MEDICAL WHOLESALERS, INC., et al.
TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE ORDER
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The court has considered the application of plaintiff for
a. u aright to attach order, order for issuance of writ of attachment pursuant to Chapter 4(beginning with Code Civ. Proc.,§
484.010), and a temporary protective order,
b. ~ an ex parte right to attach order and order for issuance of writ of attachment under Chapter 5(beginning with Code
Civ. Proc.,§ 485.010).
THE COURT FINDS
a. Defendant Trimed Medical Wholesalers, Inc. is a ❑natural Person
❑partnership ❑unincorporated association
u other (specify):
b. The amount sought to be secured by the attachment under the application for the right to attach is: $ 6,805,598.04, comprised
of(a) unpaid principal due under the Promissory Note (as defined in the Complaint) in the amount of $6,689,698.04;(b) accrued
and unpaid interest in the amount of at least $5,900 through May 19, 2017;(c) estimated costs of $10,000;(d) estimated
allowable attorneys' fees of $100,000.
c The claim upon which the application for attachment is based is one upon which an attachment may be issued under Code of
Civil Procedure section 483.010.
d. Plaintiff has established the probable validity of the claim upon which the application for the attachment is based,
e. The order is not sought for a purpose other than the recovery upon the claim on which the application for the attachment is
f. Great or irreparable injury will result to the plaintiff if this order is not issued, based on the following:
( ~ There is a danger that the property sought to be attached would be
( u concealed.
( u substantially impaired in value,
( ~ made unavailable to levy by other than concealment or substantial impairment in value.
( u Defendant has failed to pay the debt underlying the requested attachment and is insolvent as defined in Code of Civil
Procedure section 485.010, subdivision (b)(2).
( u A bulk sales notice was recorded and published pursuant to Division 6(beginning with section 6101) of
the Commercial Code with respect to a bulk transfer by the defendant.
( u An escrow has been opened pursuant to the provisions of Business and Professions Code section 24074 with respect
to the sale by the defendant of a liquor license. The liquor license number is:
( ~ Other circumstances:
The defendant and its sole officer and director (co-defendant Richard T. Kayseryan) have transferred assets to or for
the benefit of Kayseryan, his family and others for no consideration.
The requirements of Code of Civil Procedure section 485.220 are satisfied, but a temporary protective order should
issue instead of an ex parte right to attach order and order for issuance of writ of attachment.
h. Plaintiff must file an undertaking in the amount of: $ 10,000.00 before a temporary protective order shall issue, and plaintiff has
iled an undertaking in that amount.
i. The property subject to the following order is:
All real and personal property of defendant, including, but not limited to,(1) defendants deposit accounts (including, without
limitation, its Chase accounts ending in -6199 and -8119);(2) defendants accounts receivable, insurance proceeds, settlement
proceeds, litigation recoveries, proceeds of claims and other funds received;(3) defendants intangible personal property,
including litigation claims; and (4) the proceeds of all of defendant's real and personal property.
AT-140[Rev. January 1, 2000])
TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE ORDER
§§ 82.030, 41
QK HEALTHCARE, INC. v. TRIMED MEDICAL WHOLESALERS, INC., et al.
2:17-cv-03832- R (JPRx)
❑The following property of defendant is inventory or farm products held for sale and may be transferred in the ordinary
course of business (specify):
3 THE COURT ORDERS
a. Defendant shall not transfer, directly or indirectly, any interest in the property described in item 2i of the findings,
b. u Defendant shall not dispose of the proceeds of any transfer of inventory or farm products held for sale except under
the following restrictions:
c. ~ Other (specify): Defendant shall not: (a) transfer any funds held in any deposit account (including, but not limited to its
Chase accounts ending in -6199 and -8119(together, the "Accounts")), except as expressly permitted by statute;(b) with respect to
any accounts receivable, insurance proceeds, settlement proceeds, litigation recoveries, proceeds of claims or other funds
received, take any action other than depositing such funds in the Accounts;(c) sell, transfer or encumber its real property, if any;
and (d) assign, settle, transferor encumber any litigation claims, including claims against defendants directors and officers.
d. This order shall expire when the Court issues a subsequent Order concerning Plaintiff's writ of attachment applications.
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NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: An undertaking has been filed with the court by plaintiff. You may object to the undertaking,
a. You may issue any number of checks against any of your accounts in a financial institution in this state in any amount for
the following purposes:
( Payment of any payroll expense (including fringe benefits and taxes and premiums for workers' compensation and
unemployment insurance) falling due in the ordinary course of business prior to the levy of a writ of attachment.
( Payment for goods thereafter delivered to you C.O.D. for use in your trade, business, or profession.
( Payment of taxes if payment is necessary to avoid penalties which will accrue if there is any further delay in payment.
( Payment of reasonable legal fees and reasonable costs and expenses required for your representation in the action,
b. In addition, you may issue any number of checks for any purpose so long as the total amount of such checks does not
exceed the greater of the following:
( The amount by which the total amount on deposit exceeds the sum of the amount sought to be secured by the
attachment and the amounts permitted to be paid pursuant to this notice.
( One thousand dollars ($1,000).
c. If the property is farm products held for sale or is inventory, the temporary protective order may not prohibit you from
transferring the property in the ordinary course of business, but may impose appropriate restrictions on the disposition of
the proceeds from such transfer.
I certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of the original on file in my office.
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TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE ORDER
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