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Capitalizing on Regulation A’s Flexibility

Capitalizing on Regulation A’s Flexibility

Regulation A (“Reg A”) is intended to help smaller issuers to attract investment from a much wider variety of investors without forcing them to bear the cost of a public registered offering. Expansion of Reg A by the JOBS Act of 2012 and subsequent regulatory changes...

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State “Blue Sky” Compliance Strategies

State “Blue Sky” Compliance Strategies

When it comes to securities, regulatory exposure doesn’t begin and end with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In fact, every state in the union has its own set of securities laws — and failing to adhere to their requirements can cause significant legal and...

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A Seller’s Market In Multi-Family Housing

A Seller’s Market In Multi-Family Housing

As lawyers who counsel buyers and sellers of multi-family buildings from Hawaii to Massachusetts, we are very sensitive to whatever captures our clients’ attention most urgently.  While there’s a lot of talk in the market right now about interest rates, we are seeing...

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Corporate Fundraising, Growth, and the Jobs ACT

Corporate Fundraising, Growth, and the Jobs ACT

When it comes to raising capital for your company, every stage of a company’s development calls out for a different level and type of capital raise, and the differences are crucial.  Many assume that the JOBS Act obliterated divisions between what channels of...

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Reg A Investment Basics

Reg A Investment Basics

Small businesses drive our economy, serving as the primary engine for job creation. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, which former President Barack Obama signed into law in April 2012, facilitated their growth, easing regulatory restrictions to encourage...

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Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Officers and Directors

Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Officers and Directors

Officers and directors of a corporation, no matter the size, owe fiduciary duties to shareholders and to the business entity itself. Corporate officers and directors are said to be "fiduciaries” because they hold a legal or ethical relationship of trust.  In...

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