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An Update Regarding Coronavirus

An Update Regarding Coronavirus

As we continue to closely monitor developments associated with the COVID-19 virus, we wanted to share an update with you on how we are maintaining our commitment to serving you during this unprecedented time while doing our part to lessen the virus’s impact....

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KVCF taps Stephanie Karn as new board chair

KVCF taps Stephanie Karn as new board chair

Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & Frank 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...

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Steve Baril Advocates For Virginia Smoke Free Association’s Opposition To Recent Bill On Electronic Cigarettes

Recently, the Richmond Times Dispatch wrote about the Virginia Smoke Free Association’s plan to oppose a bill that will be presented during the General Assembly session that was set to begin on January 13, 2016. The bill, introduced by Sen. John C. Miller, D-Newport News aims to prohibit “vaping”, the use of electronic cigarettes, in restaurants in Virginia.

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Guest Expert: Yes, Virginia, There is a Secondary Market!

RICHMOND, VA – Robert R. Kaplan Jr. is often asked by lawyers and business people alike if there is “really” a secondary market for Reg A securities, often with that same jaundiced eye you get from that grade schooler who is starting to build a healthy sense of cynicism and asks about the elf from the north. His answer is a lot like Church’s famous editorial in the New York Sun where he explained to Virginia that Saint Nick existed within all of us and in the spirit of the holiday for whom he is a central figure.

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Name Five Ways Broker-Dealers Benefit from Reg A+ … Go!

RICHMOND, VA – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced the rules implementing Title IV of the JOBS Act, commonly known as Regulation A+, on March 25. These rules increase the amount a company can raise through a non-registered, public securities offering from $5 million to $50 million in a year. Reg A+ also allows securities to be sold in all 50 states without state pre-review, and permits non-accredited investors to buy in. In short, Reg A+ eliminates the barriers that have prevented smaller companies from accessing public capital and smaller investors from accessing alternative investments.

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