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What Are Exempt Offerings?

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If you are starting a business in Florida, or if you have a company and want to offer and sell securities, you may be wondering if you will need to register with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). A variety of companies may be eligible for an exemption, and thus may be able… Read More »

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What Are Exempt Offerings?

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If you are starting a business in Florida, or if you have a company and want to offer and sell securities, you may be wondering if you will need to register the securities with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). There are several transaction exemptions available to companies that may allow the offer… Read More »

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Proposed SEC Updates to Definition of “Accredited Investor”

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Who qualifies as an accredited investor for purposes of participating in private capital markets? According to a recent press release from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the SEC has proposed amendments to its current definition of an accredited investor. As you may know, the definition of an accredited investor is “one of… Read More »

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Top Reasons to Hire Outside Corporate Counsel

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When you open a small business in Florida, from a sole proprietorship to an LLC or a corporation, the first thing on your mind may not be the legal issues that your business could face in the future. Yet businesses of all sizes have to contend with a variety of legal matters, from those… Read More »

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5 Tips for a Business Merger

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If you are anticipating a business merger in Florida or are considering a business acquisition, there are many considerations you should be thinking about. In particular, small businesses in Florida may be thinking about options for merging in order to grow their brands or their businesses. According to an article in Forbes, there are… Read More »

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SEC Review and Indications of Interest in IPO Shares

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In order for a business to offer or sell its shares, it must register with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or be eligible for an exemption to registration. The first time a business offers or sells its shares to the public, this act is known as an initial public offering (or IPO)…. Read More »

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Five Things to Know About SEC Enforcement Actions

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The best way to avoid being involved in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement action is to work with a Florida securities registration filings attorney to ensure that you are in compliance with all federal laws and regulations. At the same time, however, we know it can be important to learn more… Read More »

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Convert from an S Corp to a C Corp

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If you currently have an S corporation (S corp) in Florida, the relatively recent changes to federal tax law could mean that converting to a C corporation (C corp) could be beneficial to you. There are a number of reasons that businesses start as C corporations and then file the necessary paperwork with the… Read More »

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What are Blue Sky Laws and How Do They Affect My Florida Securities Offerings?

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The term “blue sky laws” are state regulations that were created to help protect investors against possible securities fraud. Any type of securities being sold or offered within a state must register or they have to qualify for an exemption. The laws can differ widely based on what state you are in. Most blue… Read More »

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Trade Secret Protection and Litigation in Florida

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When a business or person obtains and uses information deemed to be a trade secret, it can result in litigation. Trade secrets are typically defined as any information that includes a pattern, formula, method, process, device, compilation, or program that is a form of intellectual property that is not generally known or reasonably ascertainable… Read More »

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