Saturday, May 2, 2015

John D. Briner - Neer Do Well Royalty


John D. Briner
On March 17, 2015, prosecutors filed a nine-count information sheet against Briner in the Provincial Court of British Columbia, citing him for contraventions of the B.C. Securities Act. They claim that Briner, 37, violated a ban the B.C. Securities Commission imposed in 2011.

The charges cite Briner for nine violations of the B.C. Securities Act, with the offence dates ranging from April 6, 2011, to Nov. 19, 2013. Each count carries a maximum of three years in jail and a $3-million fine.
"On April 23, 2015 The Law Society of British Columbia found Briner guilty of professional misconduct. A hearing panel has determined that he misappropriated $50,439 in client money and failed to co-operate with a subsequent investigation the society pursued against him over that missing money. The society has not yet determined what Mr. Briner's penalty will be."

And THAT is a joke because Briner OUGHT to have been disbarred many years ago for any of a massive number of breaches of trust. He operated openly ... so openly it is a stinging indictment of the legal profession in British Columbia.

John D. Briner
On April 17 the CFTC lowered the boom for money laundering.

Washington, DC – The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today announced that it filed a civil enforcement action in federal court in Chicago against Matthew J. Marcus of California and his company, Tech Power, Inc. (Tech Power), a Nevada corporation located in California, and John D. Briner, an attorney residing in Vancouver, Canada, and his company, MetroWest Law Corporation (MetroWest), a Canadian law firm. The CFTC Complaint charges the four Defendants with engaging in fictitious single stock futures transactions on OneChicago LLC (OneChicago) and trading non-competitively.
The CFTC Complaint alleges that over seven consecutive trading days from January 28, 2014 to February 5, 2014, the Defendants engaged in 624 round-turn trades between an account carried in the name of MetroWest and an account carried in the name of Tech Power involving 1,248 perfectly matched pre-arranged, non-competitive transactions in single stock futures contracts listed on OneChicago. By structuring the transactions in this way, the Defendants allegedly were able to ensure that MetroWest would trade with Tech Power and that Tech Power would always profit from the transactions. According to the Complaint, through these transactions, the Defendants conducted a “money pass” between the two accounts and moved at least $390,000 from MetroWest to Tech Power.
"John Briner: Did somebody say sue? I am willing to represent you, and while you are at it, I have some penny stocks you may be interested in! "

John D. Briner

http://www.123people.ca/ext/frm?ti=person%20finder&search_term=john%20briner&search_country=CA&st=person%20finder&target_url=aHR0cDovL3RoZXdhbGxtYWNoaW5lLmNvbS9iZVFnckwuaHRtbA%3D%3D

MetroWest Law Corporation
718-938 Howe St.
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 1N9
Phone: 604-331-4422
Fax: 604-331-4466

Email: john@metrowestlaw.ca

jdbriner@gmail.com
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2014-02-04

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed stop order proceedings against 20 purported mining companies for including false information in their registration statements. The SEC claims the companies each failed to disclose that they were controlled by John Briner, a Vancouver lawyer. Mr. Briner was the subject of previous fraud charges from the SEC and in 2010 received a five-year ban from practising as a lawyer before the SEC.

The proceedings are contained in 20 separate administrative orders the SEC filed on Monday, Feb. 3. In each of the orders, the SEC claims that the companies filed registration statements (mostly in 2013) in which they falsely claimed that their management consisted of one person. (The person varied by company. One said its sole officer was a transit operator from Alberta, while another listed a business consultant from Ontario.) The companies did not mention Mr. Briner, who the SEC says was an undisclosed control person.


http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3a*SEC-2143719&symbol=*SEC&region=C

Further kudos for the SEC as they clean up ANOTHER career scuzzy bag that operates in the clear open under fully dopey BCSC nose. Wet noodle for said BCSC retards for blowing money on ADVERTISING ... when its obvious to a toadstool those fukkrs don't "do" anything to regulate securities notwithstanding a mountain of unresolved public complaints already.

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http://www.otcmarkets.com/research/prohibited-attorney

02 February 2011

"Law society spokesperson Lesley Pritchard says the LSBC has started an investigation into Briner because of the SEC ruling. “We are working hard to conclude that investigation,” she states in an e-mail. " http://www.canadianlawyermag.com/legalfeeds/85/vancouver-john-briner-lawyer-buys-palkowski-practice.html


Mr. John D. Briner, Esq. serves as Chief Executive Officer of Global Developments Inc. Mr. Briner has been an Associate at JDB Law Corp. since January 2004. He practices securities law in Vancouver through his law firm John D. Briner Law Corporation. He has represented numerous clients in a variety of industries, and has represented several e-commerce and technology companies listed on both Canadian and US stock exchanges. He served as Head of Legal Division at Briner Group, Inc. He founded LED Power Group Inc. (Formerly Drayton Harbor Resources Inc.) and served as its Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Principal Accounting Officer. He served as President of Flomo Resources Inc. from June 8, 2006 to May 23, 2007.