Form D - Going Public Lawyers

Going Public Bootcamp – Going Public Attorneys – Securities Lawyer 101

  The going public process involves a number of steps that vary depending on the characteristics of the private company wishing to go public, and whether it will become subject to the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) reporting … Read More

Rule 506 Offerings FAQ By: Brenda Hamilton Attorney

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Rule 506 Offerings are the most common of the Regulation D exemptions from registration under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”).   It has been approximately a year since the Securities… Read More

Do I Have To Amend My Form D? Going Public Attorneys

When a company decides to raise money in a Regulation D offering as part of its going public transaction, it must file a Form D – Notice of Sales with the Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 504, 505… Read More

Private Placement Memorandums Q & A – Going Public Lawyers

A Private Placement Memorandum (“PPM”) is also referred to as a confidential offering circular or memorandum.  PPM’s are used by private companies in going public transactions and by existing public companies to raise capital by selling either debt or… Read More

The Going Public Attorney’s Document Review

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog The securities laws require companies to disclose a myriad of facts during the going public process.  These disclosures are most often prepared by the company’s going public attorney. These stringent disclosure requirements apply to… Read More

Offering Proceeds And Going Public – Going Public Lawyer

  A Going Public Lawyer helps the company comply with the expansive disclosures required in registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  Proper disclosure is critical during the going public process.  SEC disclosures are most often… Read More

Form D – Notice of Sales – Going Public Lawyers

Posted By Brenda Hamilton, Securities Lawyer Companies may use an exemption under Regulation D to offer and sell securities without having to register the offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).  When relying on such an exemption,… Read More

Accredited Crowdfunding Q & A – Going Public Lawyers

Private placement offerings under Rule 506 of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (“Securities Act”) are a cost effective and relatively quick way for private companies to raise capital before, during, and after a… Read More

What Happens If I Forget To File My Form D? Going Public Lawyers

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog The most common exemptions from registration for both public companies and private companies seeking to go public are those provided by Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (“Securities Act”).  Many… Read More

Accredited Crowdfunding With Rule 506 – Going Public Attorneys

As of September 23, 2013, the JOBS Act has permitted general solicitation and advertising in Rule 506(c) private placements.  While equity crowdfunding is not yet legal, both the SEC and FINRA have proposed rules for equity crowdfunding.  This… Read More