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2 Self-Protection Tips for Immigration Attorneys involved in EB-5 Visa Transactions

2 Self-Protection Tips for Immigration Attorneys involved in EB-5 Visa Transactions

  • March 26th, 2015
  • Russell Weigel
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In EB-5 Visa Transactions, Immigration attorneys can reduce their exposure to SEC enforcement investigations adhering to the following tips:   1.      Don’t Be on Both Sides of EB-5 Visa Transactions. EVERY Regional Center EB-5 Investment Opportunity Is a Securities Transaction.  Whether or…

SEC v. Minnesota 504 Offering: Update and Epilogue

  • January 8th, 2015
  • Russell Weigel
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In short, The SEC’s attempt in SEC v. Danny Garber, et al., 12-civ-9339 (S.D.N.Y.), to re-write Regulation D Rule 504 through litigation, as was argued by the defendants, ended in a settlement, which, based upon the amount of money the SEC…

Annual Report Planning or Avoiding SEC March Madness

  • March 7th, 2013
  • Russell Weigel
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by Securities Litigation Expert: Russell C. Weigel, III[1] Achievement of a timely filed annual report became more difficult and riskier in 2013 due to the SEC’s XBRL protocol implementation (the coding of financial statements). Greater filing difficulty is anticipated due…