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How Do I Register A Direct Public Offering?

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Private companies seeking to go public often use a direct public offering (“Direct Public Offering”).  Unlike an Initial Public Offering (“IPO”), a Direct Public Offering allows an issuer to sell its shares directly to investors without… 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

Selling Stockholder Disclosures in Form S-1 Registration Statements

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Companies going public have a variety of structures for their transactions.  Companies can go public using an initial public or direct public offering.  They can obtain their shareholders by selling stock in an initial… Read More

SEC Registration Statements And Direct Public Offerings Q & A

  SEC registration statements are the most efficient and reliable method for a private company to obtain public company status. Using a registration statement, companies provide transparency to investors and avoid the risks of reverse merger transactions.  This blog… Read More

SEC Comment and Review Process l Going Public Bootcamp

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog The Securities and Exchange Commission’s (the “SEC’s“) Division of Corporation Finance reviews filings including registration statements filed pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act“), and the Securities Exchange Act… Read More

Regulation A l The Colossal Exemption l Securities Lawyer 101

On December 18, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) voted to propose rules impacting Regulation A . The rules are mandated by the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act and designed to encourage investment in smaller companies. Regulation A has rarely… Read More

What Do Selling Shareholders Disclose In Form S-1? Going Public Lawyers

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Companies going public have a variety of structures for their transactions. Companies can sell shares in reliance upon Rule 506 of Regulation D and file a selling shareholder registration statement with the Securities and Exchange… Read More

Summary Financial Information in Form S-1 Registration Statements

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Under the JOBS Act, an Emerging Growth Company may provide two years of summary financial information in its SEC registration statement or for the period from the date of the company’s inception, if shorter, and… Read More

Whistleblower Awarded $64 Million in JPMorgan Case

A former JPMorgan Chase employee, Keith Edwards, is about to receive nearly $64 million for whistleblowing.  Much has been written recently about the Whistleblower program now administered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), by Edwards pursued a… Read More