Companies that are public or private, looking for a securities lawyer law firm to represent all of their general corporate and securities matters, can feel confident their legal matters are being handled by a securities litigation law firm that has substantial field experience and first-hand knowledge on the inner workings of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
For companies seeking a securities lawyer, Russell C. Weigel, III, P.A.’s Securities and Exchange Commission experience and perspective is useful in counseling our clients. As a government securities lawyer for more than ten years, Mr. Weigel has reviewed for material misstatements scores of filed SEC Forms S-1, S-3, SB-2, S-8, 8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, and other related documents, including private placement memoranda used in connection with securities sales under Regulation D and Regulation S. Mr. Weigel has litigated actions for the SEC based on investigative findings.
Our SEC enforcement experience distinguishes our firm from much of our competition. With more than 25 years of combined securities experience, we are skilled in drafting SEC forms and analyzing proposed client filings with a view towards facilitating the SEC comment process by identifying and resolving potential SEC and/or investor concerns before the filings are made public, and with a view towards prevention of litigation. Although we are based in Miami, Florida, we have counseled corporate clients around the United States in Regulation A, D, and S offerings, blue sky compliance and registration, the formation of hedge funds, the filing of Form S-1 and Form 10 registration statements, periodic reporting on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, the review of proposed investor relations disclosures, disclosure matters for non-reporting companies, and in the structuring and execution of merger and acquisition transactions. Investment Attorneys will provide a corporate securities lawyer that specializes in all of the fields listed above.
As securities lawyers, we counsel private and public companies in matters of general corporate law, most often the laws of Delaware, Florida, and Nevada, including corporate clean-up matters, and the preparation of companies for mergers, corporate restructurings, shareholder buyouts, and transfers of control requiring regulatory approval, and advise on stock transfers and general incorporation matters. We draft company policies and procedures, board of directors and shareholder consents, disclosure forms, employment agreements, and other essential corporate documents.
Our objective is to reduce the circumstances that can lead to litigation.