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    Laura Anthony, Attorney
    Legal & Compliance, LLC
    330 Clematis Street, Ste. 217
    West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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  • Reverse Mergers & Going Public — Our Firm Represents Many Public Companies

    There are several different ways to go public effectively. The term “going public” can mean a few different things, including reverse mergers with public shells or the filing of an S-1 Registration Statement. Ultimately, the company going public is interested in raising capital and may or may not opt to participate in the IPO (Initial Public Offering) process. Regardless, start-up capital formation is a primary concern when going public.

    This site is intended to remove the guesswork from corporate finance terms like reverse merger, public shells, market makers, 15C211, registration statement, and forward merger.

    In addition, the benefits of being a public company will be clearly detailed. You will be able to fully understand that as a public company seeking to raise capital, it is also necessary to attract investor awareness while maintaining strict public company compliance.

    Reverse Mergers & Ways to Go Public

    If you are taking a company public, be sure to understand your options.  For starters, it is typically advisable to retain the services of a securities attorney as opposed to a “going public consultant.” Ultimately, organizations holding themselves out as “going public experts” are little more than middlemen who must ultimately retain the services of a securities law firm in order to complete the necessary S-1 Registration Filings.

    Contact us today. Inquiries of a technical nature are always encouraged.

     

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    • SEC Issues New C&DI Clarifying The Use Of Form S-3 By Smaller Reporting Companies; The Baby Shelf Rule
      Posted by Securities Attorney Laura Anthony | January 17, 2017


      The SEC has been issuing a slew of new Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (“C&DI”) on numerous topics in the past few months. I will cover each of these new C&DI in a series of blogs starting with one C&DI that clarifies the availability of Form S-3 for the registration of securities by companies with a...  


    • SEC Issues Guidance On Integration With A 506(c) Offering
      Posted by Securities Attorney Laura Anthony | January 10, 2017
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      ABA Journal’s 10th Annual Blawg 100 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ On November 17, 2016, the SEC Division of Corporation Finance issued a new Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (C&DI) related to the integration of a completed 506(b) offering with a new 506(c) offering. The new C&DI confirms that 506(c) offering will not integrate with a previously completed 506(b) offering....  


    • SEC Issues Report On Regulation S-K
      Posted by Securities Attorney Laura Anthony | January 3, 2017
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      As required by Section 72003 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (the “FAST Act”), on November 23, 2016, the SEC issued a Report on Modernization and Simplification of Regulation S-K (the “Report”) including detailed recommendations for changes. The Report continues the ongoing review and proposed revisions to Regulations S-K and S-X as related to...  


    • SEC Proposes Shortening Trade Settlement
      Posted by Securities Attorney Laura Anthony | December 27, 2016
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      On September 28, 2016, the SEC proposed a rule amendment to shorten the standard broker-initiated trade settlement cycle from three business days from the trade date (T+3) to two business days (T+2). The change is designed to help reduce risks, including credit, market and liquidity risks, associated with unsettled transactions in the marketplace. Outgoing SEC...  


    • SEC Eliminates The “Tandy Letter”
      Posted by Securities Attorney Laura Anthony | December 20, 2016
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      ABA Journal’s 10th Annual Blawg 100 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ On October 5, 2016, the SEC Division of Corporation Finance (CorpFin) announced that, effective immediately, it would no longer require companies to include “Tandy” letter representations in comment letter response or registration acceleration requests addressed to the SEC. Background Beginning in the 1970s the SEC began to require...  


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