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Trustees of Hastings Trust v. BCB Paragon Trust Ltd.: Writ of Summons

Specially Endorsed Writ of Summons in Luciano Aicardi, Jr., individually, and Luciano Aicardi, Jr. and Michael Heslop, as Trustees of The Hastings Trust, v. BCB Paragon Trust Ltd., James Outerbridge, Christopher Trott and Thomas Gleeson, as Trustees of each of the John D. Outerbridge Trust and the Tuckers Number 5 Trust at Bermuda Supreme Court.

Insider Talking: May 12, 2010

Bermuda resident Eric Collins seemingly rues the day he agreed to serve as a director of Consensus Investments Ltd., which the SEC alleges was used to conceal insider trading in penny stock SHEP Technologies by Lines Overseas Management, Scott Lines,

SEC and LOM seek evidence from dozens of people in Bermuda, Canada and UK

Forty-seven individuals and companies in Bermuda, Canada, and the United Kingdom are being asked to provide evidence for a securities fraud civil action brought by the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission against the Bermuda, Bahamas and Cayman operations of Lines Overseas Management, the group's President, Scott Lines, and its former President, Brian Lines.The witnesses include a stock analyst, newsletter writers, people who allegedly held shares in a nominee capacity for the Lines brothers, former employees of LOM, and officers and directors of two OTC BB-listed companies whose shares LOM allegedly manipulated, namely Sedona Software Solutions, Inc. and SHEP Technologies, Inc.

LOM insiders profited from alleged stock manipulation, claim SEC

Insiders and privileged clients of investment firm Lines Overseas Management stood to profit from the alleged manipulation of a penny stock by LOM principals Scott and Brian Lines, according to a court filing by the SEC.These included directors such as Graham Collis and Susan Wilson, senior employees like CFO Malcolm Moseley; relatives of the Lines brothers, including two minors, and the manager of a local restaurant, Constanzo Di Meglio.

SEC v. LOM hearing postponed by ten days

A court hearing in the United States concerning Bermuda based investment firm Lines Overseas Management and its Managing Director, Scott Lines, has been put back by ten days.Following a joint request by all parties, LOM and Lines must now appear

Déjà vu: Spencer-Arscott firm turned down for insurance license

For the second time in seven years, a proposed reinsurer headed by former AON (Bermuda) boss Robin Spencer-Arscott has been turned down for an insurance license.The failed application to the Bermuda Monetary Authority was on behalf of River Reinsurance Ltd., which is owned by Bermuda-based River Capital Ltd.

LOM and Scott Lines ordered to appear before US court

Bermuda-based investment firm Lines Overseas Management Ltd. and its Managing Director, Scott Lines, have been ordered to appear before a United States court as part of a securities fraud investigation.The U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued an order on August 17, 2004 that they must attend a hearing that is scheduled to start at 9.45 a.m. on October 4.

SEC investigates LOM for alleged securities fraud

Bermuda-based investment firm Lines Overseas Management Ltd. and its principal officers, Scott and Brian Lines, are being investigated for alleged securities fraud in the United States. It has been alleged that the Lines brothers and LOM customers profited by more than $6.4 million from fraud and market manipulation and that the firm caused false statements to be filed with the SEC and altered its internal records to impede an investigation.

Michael Heslop settles lawsuit over diver’s death

After two years of legal proceedings, local dive boat operator Michael Heslop has paid an undisclosed amount to settle out-of-court an action brought by the husband of a British woman who drowned on her first ever diving trip in Bermuda.

Trial date set for negiligence claim against Bermuda dive boat operator Michael Heslop

A lawsuit brought by the husband of a woman who drowned in a diving accident against dive boat operator Michael Heslop has been set down for trial on October 16 at Bermuda Supreme Court.Peter Frymann, who lost his wife Eileen in the 1992 accident, is seeking undisclosed damages from Mr. Heslop, claiming he was negligent in running his business, Fantasea Diving. Mr. Heslop claims the incident was an accident that could not have been prevented.

Dead woman’s family sues Bermudian dive boat operator

A drowned scuba diver's family has taken steps to stop dive instructor Michael Heslop from disposing of any funds he may receive from the sale of his business.Mr Heslop has recently been trying to sell his dive boat operation, Fantasea Diving.