Federal Trade Commission v. NPB Advertising, Inc. et al
ORDER adopting 178 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS; granting 171 --unopposed motion concerning distribution of funds. Signed by Judge Steven D. Merryday on 12/4/2017. (BK)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION,
CASE NO. 8:14-cv-1155-T-23TGW
NPB ADVERTISING, INC., et al.,
Magistrate Judge Wilson recommends (Doc. 178) granting the receiver’s
motion (Doc. 171) to distribute the money from the sale of the Twelfth Street
warehouse and to end the receivership. As the report and recommendation explains,
an October 27, 2017 order (Doc. 175) overrules the FTC’s objection (Doc. 173) to
Dylan Loher’s receiving the excess money from the sale of the warehouse. More
than fourteen days after the report and recommendation, no party objects to the
report and recommendation. The report and recommendation (Doc. 178) is
ADOPTED, and the motion (Doc. 171) is GRANTED. The receivership will end
after the receiver affirms distributing the money from the warehouse’s sale.
ORDERED in Tampa, Florida, on December 4, 2017.
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