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Form S-1 Filing Requirements, Filing Form S-1, S-1 Offering, S-1 …

Private companies seeking to raise capital often file a registration statement on SEC Form S-1 or Form 1-A of Regulation A in connection with their going public transaction. Once a Form S-1 is effective, the company becomes subject to the SEC reporting requirements. The… Read More

Why Does a Company Go Public? 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 issuers… Read More

Form S-1 Filing Requirements, Filing Form S-1, S-1 Offering, S-1 …

Going public  using Form S-1 or Form 1-A allows issuers to chose from a variety of offering structures. Private companies seeking to raise capital often file a registration statement on SEC Form S-1 or Form 1-A of Regulation in connection with their… Read More

SEC Brings Charges In Reverse Merger Scam – Going Public Attorneys

On September 10, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced fraud charges against a Wall Street CEO and his company, family members, and business associates accused of secretly obtaining control and manipulating the stock of Chinese companies… Read More

Tips for Going Public With a Direct Public Offering

Direct Public Offering Lawyer – Securities Law Blog More and more issuers going public opt for a direct public offering. In a direct public offering management sells shares of the company’s stock directly to investors, rather than through… 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

Form S-1 Going Public Bootcamp – Going Public Lawyers

The process of “going public” with a SEC registration statement is complex and at times precarious.  While going public offers many benefits it also comes with risks and quantities of regulations with which issuers must become familiar.   Despite the risks even in a down… Read More

SEC Charges Robert Vitale l Posted by Brenda Hamilton Attorney

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog On April 23, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filed fraud charges against a former Florida-based stock promoter currently serving a two-year prison sentence for lying to SEC investigators.   The SEC’s complaint filed in U.S…. Read More

OTCQB Fees & Listing Requirements

OTC Markets Group has announced it is making significant changes to its OTCQB.  Companies seeking to be quoted on the OTCQB will be required to meet eligibility standards and pay an initial listing fee of $2,500 to the… Read More

Do State Blue Sky Laws Apply To Rule 506(c) Offerings?

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Issuers are often unaware of the state laws that apply to their private placements prior to completion of their going public transactions. Federal securities laws require that the purchase or sale of a security be… Read More