Integration - Securities & Going Public Lawyers

Will My Regulation A Offering Be Integrated?

The Regulation A offering integration rules prevent companies from improperly avoiding registration by dividing a single securities offering into multiple securities offerings to take advantage of Securities Act exemptions that would not be available for the combined offering. Recently… Read More

Integration During the Going Public Process – Securities Lawyer 101

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Issuers often need to raise funds during their going public transactions to offset legal and accounting costs.  The SEC integration rule addresses the circumstances under which an issuer can raise capital privately while a… Read More

Contemporaneous Private & Public Offerings l Going Public Lawyers

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Issuers often require capital during the going public process for their operations until their registration statement on Form S-1 is declared effective.  The SEC’s integration doctrine addresses the circumstances under which an issuer can raise capital privately… Read More