Judge Unfreezes Personal Assets for Defendant in Health Insurance Scheme

Federal Judge Darrin B. Gayles ruled that Steven J. Dorfman, CEO of Simple Health Plans LLC and accused architect of a massive health insurance scheme, can have $75,000 for legal fees and $5,000 a month from his frozen personal assets. Dorman’s funds were seized when the Federal Trade Commission obtained a restraining order against him and his company in late October. He was initially seeking $15,000/month for living expenses and $200,000 for legal representation to fight the FTC’s lawsuit. The FTC wants to close Simple Health Plans permanently.

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