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Texas Court Asked to Appoint Receiver for Key Subsidiary of TSX Listed Northstar Healthcare, Inc. (TSX NHC) on Claims of Mismanagement and Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Date:2/17/2010

V. FACTUAL BACKGROUND 9. The Palladium is an ambulatory surgery center. Northstar Healthcare, Inc., a publicly traded company that ultimately controls Palladium, appears intent on the destruction of the surgery center as an on-going financial business. The appointment of the receiver is necessary to conserve the assets and business of The Palladium for Surgery-Houston, Ltd., and to avoid destruction of the limited partners' interests in the Partnership. 10. The Palladium for Surgery—Houston, Ltd. is a Texas limited partnership with its principal place of business in Houston, Texas. The Partnership exists solely to own and operate The Palladium for Surgery- Houston ("Palladium"), an ambulatory surgery center ("ASC") also based in Houston. 11. The Partnership's general partner is Northstar Healthcare General Partner, L.L.C., a Delaware limited liability company. Together with its limited partner, Northstar Healthcare Limited Partner, L.L.C., also a Delaware limited liability company, the two companies (collectively, "the Northstar companies") own 70% of the Partnership. The Northstar companies are themselves owned by Northstar Healthcare, Inc., a Canadian corporation with its principal place of business in Houston. Northstar Healthcare owns and operates a number of ASCs located throughout Texas. 12. The remaining 30% of the Partnership is owned by a number of individuals and business entities, including Plaintiff and several surgeons who practice at Palladium. At all times relevant to this action, Plaintiff was and remains a limited partner in The Palladium for Surgery- Houston, Ltd. 13. The Northstar companies acquired 55% of the Partnership in May 2007. Shortly thereafter, the Northstar companies exercised their option to acquire an additional
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