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Beware of Lawyers Bearing Gifts – Custodianship Shells and Reverse Mergers

The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) says it doesn’t like over-the-counter shell companies especially when reverse mergers are involved, and would like to see them gone from the marketplace.  To that end, its Enforcement Division cooked up an… Read More

Attorney Adam Tracy & the Nefarious World of Custodianship Shells

The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) says it doesn’t like over-the-counter shell companies, and would like to see them gone from the marketplace.  To that end, its Enforcement Division cooked up an initiative it called  “Operation Shell-Expel”.  It… Read More

Attorney Adam Tracy & the Nefarious World of Custodianship Shells

The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) says it doesn’t like over-the-counter shell companies, and would like to see them gone from the marketplace.  To that end, its Enforcement Division cooked up an initiative it called  “Operation Shell-Expel”.  It… Read More

What is a Reverse Stock Split? Securities Lawyer 101

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Reverse stock splits are often used by public companies to reduce the amount of securities outstanding.  Reverse splits are also be used by private companies in corporate restructurings.  Typically in a reverse split, a… Read More

How Do Reverse Splits Affect My Shares? Going Public

Reverse stock splits are often used by public companies to reduce the amount of securities outstanding.  Reverse splits are also used by private companies in corporate restructurings.  Typically in a reverse split, a company reduces the number of… Read More