Coordinated Care Corporation et al v. Qliance Medical Group of Washington PC et al
ORDER dismissing action solely against the GE Defendants with prejudice and without costs per 25 Stipulation. Signed by Judge Marsha J. Pechman. (PM) Modified on 9/29/2017: cc to defendant Bliss via the U.S. Mail (PM).
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
COORDINATED CARE CORPORATION
and COORDINATED CARE OF
QLIANCE MEDICAL GROUP OF
WASHINGTON PC d/b/a QLIANCE
MEDICAL GROUP OF WA PC d/b/a
QLIANCE MEDICAL GROUP OF WA
d/b/a QLIANCE MEDICAL GROUP OF
WASHINGTON; QLIANCE GLOBAL
QLIANCE MANAGEMENT INC. d/b/a
QLIANCE MANAGEMENT; QLIANCE
MEDICAL MANAGEMENT INC.; STATE
OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE; MERCHANT FUNDING
SERVICES LLC; SATURN FUNDING,
LLC; NEW ERA LENDING LLC; FIRST
PREMIER FUNDING, LLC; CHERYL
KILODAVIS; ERIKA BLISS MD; NH
ACQUISITION CORPORATION; EIN
CAP, INC.; GENERAL ELECTRIC
CAPITAL CORPORATION; GE HFS,
LLC; and CORPORATION SERVICE
ORDER GRANTING PARTIAL
DISMISSAL WITH PREJUDICE
This matter having come before the above-entitled Court on the Stipulation of Plaintiffs
Coordinated Care Corporation (“CCC”) and Coordinated Care of Washington, Inc. (“CCW,” and
collectively with CCC, the “Plaintiffs”), and Defendants General Electric Company successor-
by-merger to General Electric Capital Corporation and GE HFS, LLC (collectively, the “GE
Defendants”), the parties being represented by counsel, the Court having reviewed the records
and files herein, it is hereby ORDERED
That the Complaint in the above-entitled action is dismissed solely as against the
GE Defendants with prejudice and without any costs, disbursements or attorneys’ fees; and
This action shall continue as to all other named Defendants.
The clerk is ordered to provide copies of this order to Plaintiff and to all counsel.
Dated this 29th day of September, 2017.
Marsha J. Pechman
United States District Judge
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