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Going Public With A DPO – Going Public Securities Attorneys

One of the most efficient and cost effective ways to achieve public company status is by using a Direct Public Offering.  The Direct Public Offering Attorneys at Hamilton & Associates will assist you with your Direct Public Offering… Read More

Regulation A+ DPO Attorneys – Going Public Attorneys

Most  private companies are unable to locate an underwriter prior to going public. Regulation A+ provides a new option for issuers seeking to raise capital without an underwriter. A direct public offering (“Direct Public Offering”) provides a viable… Read More

Form S-1 Going Public Bootcamp – Going Public Lawyers

The process of “going public” with a SEC registration statement is complex and at times precarious.  While going public offers many benefits it also comes with risks and quantities of regulations with which issuers must become familiar.   Despite the risks even in a down… Read More

Direct Public Offering Attorneys

Direct Public Offering Attorneys

One of the most efficient ways to achieve public company status is by using a Direct Public Offering.  We will assist you with your Direct Public Offering using a registration statement. Direct Public Offerings can be structured a variety… Read More

General Solicitation and Advertising Under Rule 506

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog As of September 23, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) rules implementing some provisions of the JOBS Act became effective.  Among them is the new Regulation D Rule 506(c). While the floodgates to raising capital… Read More

Rule 506 Offerings Q & A l Securities Lawyer 101

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Private placement offerings under Rule 506 of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) are a cost effective and relatively quick way for private companies to raise capital before,… Read More

What is Depository Trust Company?

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Q. What is The Depository Trust Company (DTC)? A. It is the only stock depository in the United States. Q. How do public companies obtain DTC eligibility? A. Issuers must satisfy specific criteria established… Read More