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SEC v. Brian N. Lines et al: SEC Trial Memorandum

Securities and Exchange Commission's Trial Memorandum in a securities fraud lawsuit against Lines Overseas Management, Brian Lines and Scott Lines at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

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.

SEC v. Lines Overseas Management Ltd. et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging securities fraud in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Brian N. Lines, of Bermuda; Scott G. S. Lines, of Bermuda; LOM (Holdings) Ltd., of Bermuda; Lines Overseas Management Ltd., of Bermuda; LOM Capital Ltd., of Bermuda; LOM Securities (Bahamas) Ltd., of the Bahamas; LOM Securities (Bermuda) Ltd., of Bermuda; LOM Securities (Cayman) Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; Anthony W. Wile, a Canadian residing in Florida; Wayne E. Wile, a Canadian residing in the Cayman Islands; Robert J. Chapman, of Punta Gorda, Florida; William Todd Peever, of Vancouver, Canada; Phillip James Curtis, of Vancouver, Canada, and Ryan G. Leeds, of Boca Raton, Florida, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

LOM ordered to comply with SEC subpoenas by Jan. 17

Bermuda-based investment firm Lines Overseas Management Ltd. and its Managing Director, Scott Lines, have been given until January 17, 2006 to comply with four administrative subpoenas concerning securities fraud investigations by the SEC. The deadline for the provision of testimony and documents was set by U. S. District Court Judge Richard Roberts, sitting at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia, on December 30, 2005 when he turned down an application that was filed almost 12 months by LOM and Lines to stay a Magistrate Judge's ruling that it must comply with the subpoenas.

LOM denies it has destroyed evidence sought by SEC

Bermuda-based investment firm Lines Overseas Management Ltd. has denied that it destroyed evidence that is being sought by the SEC for a securities fraud investigation in the United States. LOM has also refuted a claim that the SEC served three administrative subpoenas on LOM's Chairman and President, 73-year-old Donald Lines, on November 10, 2005 while he was in the United States, apparently for an emergency heart operation.

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 investigates LOM business partner

Trading on the over-the-counter market of shares in a company that Bermuda-based Lines Overseas Management was helping to do a reverse take-over of has been temporarily suspended pending an investigation by the Securities & Exchange Commission in the United States.