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Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Banking, Bankruptcy and Debtors' and Creditors' Rights. Business and Corporate Transactions, Mergers and Acquisitions, Civil Trial and Appellate Litigation, Computer Law, Environmental Litigation and Regulatory Consultation, Construction, Debt and Equity Financing, Probate and Estate Planning, Administration, Federal and State Income Tax Planning, Consultation and Litigation, Federal and State Securities Regulation, Health Care Law, Life Sciences; Utility Regulatory Law, Franchising and Licensing, Insurance Regulation and Insolvencies, International Law, Labor and Employment, ERISA Law and Litigation, Employee Benefits, Collective Bargaining and Arbitration, Employment Discrimination Law, Immigration Law, Real Estate, Technology Based Transactions, Intellectual Property, Public Finance, Government Services, Plaintiff Litigation.
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SEC Adopts Final Rules for Regulation A+
Howard Bobrow,Kimberly M. Copp-Ballam,Robert J. Hicks,Bridget C. Hoffman,George D. Molinsky, April 23, 2015
On March 25, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted final rules to amend existing Regulation A and set forth what has commonly become known as Regulation A+. The amendments were mandated by the JOBS Act and are intended to broaden the applicability of existing...
Year Established: 1885
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