Defendant Name: Catch 83 General Partnership

Defendant Type: Other

Initial Case Details

Legal Case Name SEC v. Heart Tronics, Inc. , Mitchell Jay Stein, Willie James Gault, J. Rowland Perkins, II, Martin Bert Carter, Mark Crosby Nevdahl, and Ryan Allan Rauch, Defendants, Tracey Hampton-Stein, Arc Finance Group, LLC, ARC Blind Trust, THS Blind Trust, Jaymi Blind Trust, Oak Tree Investments Blind Trust, WBT Investments Blind Trust, Catch 83 General Partnership, and Five Investments Partnership, Relief Defendants.
First Document Date 20-Dec-2011
Initial Filing Format Civil Proceeding
Case Number 11-cv-01962
Allegation Type Issuer Reporting and Disclosure
Federal District Court California, Central District of California


First Resolution Date 21-Nov-2017

Related Documents:

comp22204 20-Dec-2011 Complaint
According to the SEC: "Between December 2005 and December 2008, defendant Mitchell J. Stein ("Stein"), the purported outside counsel of defendant Heart Tronics, Inc. (flk/a Signalife, Inc. and Recom Managed Systems, Inc.) ("Heart Tronics" or the "Company") and husband of its majority shareholder, orchestrated a brazen series of frauds designed to inflate the price ofHeart Tronics stock so that he could profit from selling its securities to investors."
court_doc459_11-cv-01962 21-Nov-2017 Court Docket Document
Order to Show Cause RE Dismissal for Lack of Prosecution
court_doc460_11-cv-01962 13-Dec-2017 Court Docket Document
Plaintiff Securities and Exchange Commission's Response to Order to Show Cause
The Commission stated: "Catch-83 is a general partnership controlled by defendant Gault . . . Gault sufficiently satisfied the judgment against himself such that there is now no relief effectively to be sought against Catch-83 at this time . . . Because Gault's appeal of this Court's judgment is still pending, however, the SEC believes it is premature to dismiss this case against Relief Defendant Catch-83. Should the Court's judgment be vacated on appeal and remanded by the Ninth Circuit for additional proceedings, such as a new trial, it is possible that the SEC would then need to seek relief against Catch-83." On September 24, 2018, the the Ninth Circuit affirmed the judgment against Willie James Gault, see doc. court_doc463_11-cv-01962.

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In the Matter of Mitchell J. Stein