Securities, Crowdfunding, Business and Corporate Lawyers

  • Form 5 SEC Reporting Requirements

    Direct Public Offering Attorneys – Securities Lawyer 101

    To ensure the proper structure, a Direct Public Offering Attorney should be engaged in the initial stages of the going public process even before a filing is made with the SEC or money is raised in a securities offering. A company can use a Form S-1 registration statement to register securities

  • Accredited Crowdfunding Attorney

    Rule 506(c) Accredited Crowdfunding – Rule 506(c) Offering Attorneys

    Rule 506(c) under the JOBS Act fundamentally changes the way unregistered offerings may be conducted.  While the rule imposes stringent requirements, these requirements are manageable for issuers with effective compliance strategies into place. Because of the JOBS Act and new… Read More

  • Regulation A+ Lawyers & Going Public

    Regulation A+ Lawyers & Going Public Attorneys

    Regulation A+ is designed to facilitate smaller companies’ access to capital by providing an alternative to direct public offerings/DPO’s and initial public offerings/IPO’s.  Regulation A+’s new rules provide investors with more investment choices and issuers with more capital raising options during… Read More

  • EB-Offerings - Going Public Attorneys

    Going Public Attorneys

    The going public attorneys at Hamilton & Associates Law Group have provided private companies with their going public solutions for more than ten years. We will design and implement the going public structure most beneficial to your company…. Read More

  • Registration Statement Lawyers

    The securities attorneys at Hamilton & Associates Law Group have provided many private companies with their going public solution.   The registration statement lawyers will design and implement the going public structure most beneficial to your company. Hamilton & Associates… Read More

  • SEC Charges Investment Adviser, Gonzalo Ortiz with Securities Fraud

    Reverse Merger Attorneys

    Traditionally, private companies become publicly traded by registering an offering under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Reverse Mergers involve backdoor going public transactions that are often plagued with bad actors. Where public shell is used, reverse… Read More

  • Going Public for Foreign Issuers

    Many foreign issuers seek to access the U.S. markets as part of their financing strategy.  Foreign issuers that do not wish to become subject to the SEC’s reporting requirements have a number of options in their going public and… Read More

  • SEC Enforcement Attorney

    Securities & Forensic Attorneys

    Pump and dump schemes, false financial statements, Ponzi schemes and other types of white collar crimes cost investors billions of dollars each year.  Forensic Attorneys are private attorneys who investigate these types of white collar crime. White collar crimes… Read More