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When Can Public Companies Use Social Media? Going Public Lawyers

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog The use of social media is a growing concern with new exemptions that allow issuers to engage in general solicitation and advertising of their unregistered offerings. The Securities and Exchange Commission has made its position on… Read More

Retweets, Social Media & Being Public – Going Public Lawyers

Posted by Brenda Hamilton, Securities and Going Public Lawyer It has become almost routine for public companies to use social media to interact with their shareholders, and customers. The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) has provided guidance… Read More

Retweets of Social Media & Public Companies

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog It has become almost routine for public companies to use social media to interact with their shareholders, and customers. The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) has provided guidance in compliance and disclosure interpretations… Read More

Social Media and Being Publicly Traded

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Publicly traded companies are increasingly using their company websites and the social media to communicate information to the public.  Investors are increasingly turning to electronic media as a principal source of information about publicly… Read More

The Use of Testimonials in Social Media by Investment Advisers

Generally, SEC rules prohibit investment advisers from using testimonials in their advertisements.  In the past several years,  the SEC has encountered a number of questions concerning investment advisers’ use of social media.  Social media has facilitated consumers’ ability… Read More

SEC Says Social Media OK – Going Public Attorneys

The use of social media is a growing concern with new exemptions that allow issuers to engage in general solicitation and advertising of their unregistered offerings. The Securities and Exchange Commission has made its position on the use of social… Read More