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Securities Law Blog

The Securities Law Blog provides commentary and news on the latest securities law developments impacting established and emerging growth publicly-traded issuers and investment banks, as well as entrepreneurs and venture-backed private entities. Our blog closely follows SEC rulemaking in several key areas including public and private securities offerings, shareholder activism and equity investment, and mergers & acquisitions.

The authors of this blog are members of the Corporate/Securities practice of Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP.  Since our founding, this firm has been distinguished by responsive, independent and client-focused legal services provided by lawyers with a profound commitment to the companies they serve. This blog is an outgrowth of this representation of our clients in a wide range of capital market transactions.

Showing 3 posts in Regulation A activity.

The SEC Warns Prospective Investors to Beware of Claims that the SEC Has Approved a Securities Offering (Because It Hasn’t, Technically)

Fraudsters may use SEC forms and filings to falsely claim SEC registration or that an offering was approved by the SEC. Don’t confuse that with the actual vetting by the SEC staff of disclosure during the review process and acceleration of effectiveness of a registered securities offering. Read More ›

SEC Adopts Rules Opening the Door for Public Companies to Use Regulation A for Their Securities Offerings

Regulation A would be a logical choice for smaller, non-exchange traded public companies, particularly for broadly disseminated public offerings of their shares to “uplist” to Nasdaq and for subscription rights offerings to their shareholders. Read More ›

SEC’s Division of Economic and Risk Analysis Publishes Massive Data-Driven Report on Securities Offerings Over the Past Decade

This blog post highlights what we believe are the 20 most interesting statistics in the DERA’s report on registered initial public offerings and secondary equity offerings, and exempt Regulation D, Regulation A and Crowdfunding offerings. Read More ›

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