October 13, 2021, District of Texas – Plaintiff Trustee Mark Shapiro for the Unsecured Creditors trust of Neighbors Legacy Holdings, Inc. and its affiliates, files a motion to dismiss an adversary proceeding it had initiated against Defendants Alberto A. Gonzalez, M.D.; Roy Marrero; Spring Pasadena Investments, L.L.C.; William Appiah, M.D.; Applied Enhancements, PLLC; Andrew O. Okafor, M.D. P.A.; James Locke, M.D.; Megadodo, LLC; Obidike R. Akahara, M.D. P.A.; Ali Osman; Ivan Melendez; Nia Johnson; Catniaj, PLLC; David Herrera, M.D.; Tom Vo; Pranav Shukla; Emergence Holdings, L.L.C.; Ahmed Shaikh, M.D.; Baqir Holdings, PLLC; Neighbors of the Permian Basin, L.L.C.; and Teamus Investments, Ltd. (“Defendants”) for return of alleged preference and fraudulent transfers under 11 U.S.C. §§544, 548 & 550 and Texas Business and Commerce Code §24.006
Last year on April 24, 2020, the Trustee sued more than 75 defendants for the return of approximately over $25 million under §§544, 548 & 550 and Texas Business and Commerce Code §24.006. Per the Trustee’s motion, Plaintiff has received or will receive the settlement payment from the Defendants and requests the Court to dismiss the claims and counterclaims concerning these Defendants with prejudice. Plaintiff has also requested the Court to dismiss the claims against QSH Family, LP; Roger Starner Jones, Jr.; Manual Acosta, PLLC; Addison Hn Vo Investments, LLC; Upclick Ventures, LLC; Donald Hubbard, MD, PLLC; and Thomas Mercado, MD, PLLC without prejudice.
The Neighbors Debtor Entities are a group of entities that owned and operated freestanding emergency centers in and around the State of Texas and had filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code two years ago on July 12, 2018.
In re Neighbors Legacy Holdings, Inc, Case No. 18-33836-H1-11