Form S1 Registration Statements - Going Public Lawyers

Form S-1 Filing in 2018 – Securities Lawyers – Going Public

  The Form S-1 filing remains widely used by companies seeking to raise capital and go public even after the enactment of Regulation A+.  The Form S-1 filing is the most commonly used registration statement form.  The flexibility of… Read More

What Stock Can Be Registered on Form S-1?

A registration statement on Form S-1 can be used to register various types of securities offerings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).   Form S-1 provides issuers with flexibility in the types of securities that can be registered.  Form… Read More

Form S-1 Financial Statement Requirements

Companies that register securities for direct public offering on Form S-1 as part of their going public transaction must provide audited financial statements to the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). These financial statements include a balance sheet, statement of shareholders’ equity, income statement and statement… Read More

Form S-1 Registration Statement Requirements

Form S-1 registration statements is the most commonly used registration statement form. Form S-1 permits issuers to register various types of offerings and the form can be used by both public and private companies engaged in going public transactions.  A Form… Read More

Form S-1 Registration Statement Filing Requirements

Private companies seeking to raise capital often file a Registration Statement on SEC Form S-1 or Offering Circular on Form 1-A pursuant to Regulation A+ in connection with their going public transaction.  Both options have unique benefits. For Example, All companies qualify to register… Read More

Form S-1 Registration Statement Quiet Period

The Securities & Exchange Commission and the federal securities laws do not define the term “quiet period,” which is also referred to as the “waiting period.” However, a quiet period extends from the time a company files a… Read More

SEC Charges Manny Shulman and David Hirschman

On September 3, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) charged Manny J. Shulman and David Hirschman for their involvement in the fraudulent, unregistered sale of securities of Caribbean Pacific Marketing, Inc. (“Caribbean Pacific”), a now-defunct Florida corporation… Read More