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The Impact of Underwriters in Reg A+ Offerings

The Impact of Underwriters in Reg A+ Offerings

Whether or not to engage an “underwriter” can be a critical decision in the process of planning and executing your Regulation A offering. Many companies issuing shares under Reg A choose not to use an underwriter.  According to numbers compiled by the Securities and...

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KVCF taps Stephanie Karn as new board chair

KVCF taps Stephanie Karn as new board chair

KVCF has named Stephanie Karn, a shareholder in the firm’s Richmond office, as chairperson of the firm’s board of directors. Karn, a veteran litigator and employment law specialist, began her new leadership role on Jan. 1. As board chair, she will be working with her...

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Fundamentals and issues to consider in 1031 DST products

Fundamentals and issues to consider in 1031 DST products

How does a 1031 DST work? The 1031 DST has become a go-to structure for commercial real estate owners looking to capture the benefits of a tax-advantaged investment – without the hassle of actually maintaining a property. Section 1031 of the federal tax code allows an...

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Regulatory Issues to Consider Before Going Public

Regulatory Issues to Consider Before Going Public

As a company speeds toward the market for a public offering, the advantages may seem almost self-evident: The public trading markets are the most efficient venue for accessing capital, and they can allow profound future growth for an enterprise. Yet companies should...

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How big should my IPO be?

How big should my IPO be?

For business leaders considering an initial public offering, one of the key questions is: How large should the IPO be?  Many associate IPO’s with hundreds of millions of dollars or billion-dollar valuations.  Certainly, “bigger is better” generally applies to the...

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