Posts Tagged ‘securities attorney’

Raising Capital? 2 People You Shouldn’t Speak To

  • April 9th, 2015
  • Russell Weigel
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Raising Capital and finding investors for your business can be tricky. It is no secret. Raising capital is intrinsic to the success of every business owner. Whether raised by a collaborative effort of friends and family, by third-party investor capital,…

Raising Capital? 2 People You Shouldn’t Speak To

Raising Capital? 2 People You Shouldn’t Speak To

  • April 9th, 2015
  • Russell Weigel
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Raising Capital can be tricky.  Make sure you’re speaking to the right people.   It is no secret. Raising capital is intrinsic to the success of every business owner. Whether raised by a collaborative effort of friends and family, by…

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…