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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

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

Regulation A+ Lawyers & Going Public Attorneys

Regulation A+ Lawyers & Going Public

Regulation A+ is designed to facilitate smaller companies’ access to capital by providing an alternative to direct public offerings/DPO’s and initial public offerings/IPO’s.  Regulation A+’s new rules provide investors with more investment choices and issuers with more capital raising options during… Read More

Securities Law & Going Public Attorneys

  Going public is a big step for any company.  The process of “going public” is complex and at times precarious.  While going public offers many benefits it also comes with risks and quantities of regulations with which… Read More

Raising Capital: Equity Offerings v. Debt Offerings

  Both private and public companies seeking to raise capital by selling securities, do so by offering either debt or equity securities to investors. Companies can also offer a combination of debt and equity through the sale of units… Read More

Why Stay Private? The Assault On Small Business

For many, the American Dream is about having the opportunity to create and own a business. Small businesses, often described as the backbone of our economy, employ one out of two workers in the United States. Once established,… Read More

What State Laws Apply To Regulation A+ Offerings?

On March 25, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted amendments to Regulation A pursuant to the mandate of Section 401(a) of the JOBS Act. Amended Regulation A known as “Regulation A+”, expands and modernizes former Regulation… Read More

Will Going Public Help Me Raise Capital? Going Public Attorneys

Securities Lawyer 101 – Going Public Blog A private or public company can raise capital in a variety of ways. Traditional sources of capital for companies include loans from financial institutions such as a bank, or from friends and… Read More

Can I Raise Money From Investors Who Are Not “Accredited Investors”? Introducing The Slo-PO Method

Securities Law Blog A question we frequently receive from entrepreneurs raising capital for the first time is whether can raise money from people who do not meet the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) definition of an “accredited… Read More