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HENDERSON, Nevada , Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BRK, Inc. (OTC PINK: BRKK) is pleased to announce the final transaction numbers for the completed 3a10 with Continuation Capital are as follows: Total ...
BRK, Inc. (BRKK) announced today that it has completed a transaction with Continuation Capital Inc. "I am pleased to announce that the transaction is complete, and that Continuation Capital Inc. has paid all of the debts submitted in our 3a10. The remainder of the 300 million shares that have been previously reserved, will be released back to the Company and will not be issued," said Daniel Serruya, President, CEO of BRK Inc.
BRK, Inc. (OTC Pink: BRKK) today announced the following corporate update. Intellectual Property - Since the Company's successful lawsuit ruling against iSee Automation Inc. on March 27, 2018, the Company has obtained a judgment for damages and is finalizing calculations to determine the size of damages and will aggressively, with assistance of counsel, seek recovery of those damages. In addition, the Company is currently updating the technology with a highly regarded technical designer and software developer in the optical systems industry.
TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / July 2, 2018 / On July 2, 2018, BRK, Inc., a Nevada corporation, ''The Company'' entered into a Term Sheet with Continuation Capital, Inc. (''CCI''), a Delaware Corporation, pursuant to which the Company agreed to issue Common Stock to CCI in exchange for the settlement of certain outstanding debts of the Company in the principal and interest amount of $450,000 (''the Settlement Amount'') of past due obligations and accounts payable of the Company. CCI purchased the obligations and accounts payable from certain vendors of the Company. With the assistance and guidance of CCI, the Company is positioning its reporting status to take advantage of recent changes in raising growth capital for small companies.
BRK has won a judgement against iSEE Automation Inc., owned by Mr. Chris Stramacchia, our former CTO due to their unauthorized use of BRK's RefCAM technology. BRK is in the process of evaluating other claims it may have against Mr. Stramacchia, along with others who have aided iSEE Automation Inc. Management will aggressively protect it's IT against any possible infringement. BRK continues to execute on its business plan and position the Company for significant growth with our technology and marketing team.