Securities Law

Securities law dealings are not only financially complex, but they are also highly regulated. Virtually all types of equity transactions — from initial stock offerings to issuances of stock options and bonuses to mergers and acquisitions — raise legal issues under state and federal securities law. 

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Protect your business with Bradshaw Law Group

Failing to take heed of securities regulations could jeopardize your business. Not only could you lose your funding, but you could also potentially subject yourself to civil and criminal liability. Enlisting the help of a qualified lawyer is a wise and often indispensable step for protecting your business interests.

Types of Securities Law

Private Placement

In connection with a private placement of securities, one of our areas of securities law expertise is in preparing private placement memoranda (PPM) to be delivered to qualified prospective investors and all other legal documents relating to the private placement, including “accredited investor” questionnaires and subscription agreements. 

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Registered Initial Public Offerings

In connection with a registered initial public offering of securities among our areas of securities law expertise, we prepare the initial public offering documents, such as the Form S-1 Registration Statement, and interface with the SEC through its review process until the SEC declares the Registration Statement effective. 

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Corporate Governance

In connection with an initial public offering, we also assist the client to establish all of the corporate governance practices and procedures required of a public company, including…

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Securities Compliance

We provide securities law expertise and legal services to clients to assist with their ongoing compliance with applicable federal and state securities laws and regulations, including the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

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