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2018 Regulation A+ Q&A

Since Regulation A+ was adopted in 2015, it has gained notable market acceptance.  Regulation A+  provides an  offering that can be used in combination with direct public offerings and initial public offerings as part of a Going Public Transaction allowing the issuer to avoid the… Read More

Regulation A + and Secondary Trading

The Securities & Exchange Commission’s amendments to Regulation A went into effect on June 19, 2015 and are now over three years old.  The amendments known as Regulation A+ have gained market acceptance not only by the OTC… Read More

The SEC Declared A Cease and Desist Proceedings with CoinAlpha Advisors LLC.

On December 7, 2018, CoinAlpha Advisors LLC  submitted an Offer of Settlement, which the SEC has determined to accept. CoinAlpha Advisors LLC consented to the Cease-and-Desist Proceedings Pursuant to Section 8A of the Securities Act of 1933, Making… Read More

Five Public Companies Charged With Failing to Comply With Form 10-Q Requirements

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against five public companies for failing to provide financial statements that were reviewed by their independent external auditor when they filed quarterly reports with the Commission on Form 10-Q. Regulation S-X… Read More

SEC Awards Almost $4 Million to Overseas Whistleblower

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it has awarded nearly $4 million to an overseas whistleblower whose tip led it to open an investigation and whose extensive assistance helped it bring a successful enforcement action. “Whistleblowers, whether… Read More

Press Release SEC Charges Unregistered Sales of Securities Issued Under EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that an Illinois-based regional center, its CEO, and 37 affiliated limited partnerships have agreed to settle charges related to securities issued under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, which provides foreigners who invest… Read More

Business Services Company Barrett Business Services Inc. and Former CFO James D. Miller Charged With Accounting Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged the former chief financial officer of Barrett Business Services Inc. for his role in an accounting fraud involving BBSI’s workers’ compensation expenses. The SEC also charged BBSI in the accounting fraud and… Read More

SEC Obtains Relief to Fully Reimburse Retail Investors Sold Unsuitable Product By Cadaret, Grant & Co. Inc.

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced it has obtained monetary relief that will fully reimburse retail investors for losses on a leveraged oil-linked exchange-traded note (ETN) that registered representatives of Syracuse, New York-based broker-dealer and investment adviser Cadaret,… Read More

Business Services Company Barrett Business Services Inc. and Former CFO James D. Miller Charged With Accounting Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged the former chief financial officer of Barrett Business Services Inc. for his role in an accounting fraud involving BBSI’s workers’ compensation expenses. The SEC also charged BBSI in the accounting fraud and… Read More

Biopharmaceutical Company Clovis Oncology Inc. & Executive Patrick Mahaffy Charged With Misleading Investors About Cancer Drug

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that a Boulder, Colorado-based biopharmaceutical company, its CEO, and its former CFO will pay more than $20 million in penalties to settle charges of misleading investors about the company’s developmental lung cancer… Read More