Welcome to our Securities Law Blog. The Bradshaw Law Group focuses on all aspects of the issuance of securities and the practice of securities law and periodic reporting required by the Securities & Exchange Commission.

The Securities Law Blog focuses on many topics, including:

  • Taking Your Company Public
  • Drafting Form 10, S-1, S-3, and S-8 Registration Statements
  • Conducting Reverse Mergers
  • Structuring Registered Public Offerings
  • Maintaining Compliance with the Over-the-Counter Markets such as OTCBB, OTCQB and OTCQX
  • Maintaining Compliance with NASDAQ, and the New York Stock Exchange
  • Maintaining Compliance with FINRA, the SEC and DTC
  • Drafting Private Placement Memoranda
  • Fulfilling the Reporting Requirements of the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • 1934 Act Reporting Requirements
  • Satisfying the Current Information Reporting Requirements of OTCMarkets.com
  • Operating as Ongoing public companies to Small and Mid-Size Public Issuers, Private Companies Going Public, Officers, Directors and Shareholders of Publicly-Traded Companies
  • Public companies going private
  • Title III Crowdfunding
  • Regulation D private placements
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

The Bradshaw Law Group is a boutique corporate and securities law firm with offices in New York City and Irvine, California.  Our experience in working with small to mid-size publicly traded companies is only exceeded by our ability to adapt. As the economic and regulatory landscape changes, we do as well. Our securities law firm is constantly evolving in order to stay abreast of regulatory changes and trends in the industry. The corporate finance landscape is perpetually changing and our securities attorneys adapt just as quickly. We provide our valued clientele with the most cutting edge corporate legal services at all times.

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NYTimes Dealbook is reporting that last Friday, when the city of Detroit sought approval to borrow $350 million from Barclays Capital to pay payroll and to pay off their interest rate swap counterparties* Judge Rhodes ignored the Bankruptcy Code’s “Safe Harbor” provisions and sent two bank lenders into a confidential mediation through Christmas Eve so that…

The Conglomerate Blog analyzes JPMorgan’s  (“JPMC”) complaint against the FDIC.   Basically, during the financial crisis when JPMC “acquired” WaMu, JPMC did so under an agreement that the FDIC would indemnify them, which JPMC says that they have failed to do. The Complaint states, among other things that: the FDIC-Receiver agreed to indemnify JPMC for, among…

Certainly, the IRS will find a way to tax bitcoin. Recently, the Service issued a statement to the Wall Street Journal saying: “The IRS continues to study virtual currencies and intends to provide some guidance on the tax consequences” of transactions involving them. The agency is also “aware of the potential tax compliance risks posed by…

This from The Official Delaware State Corporate Law Blog: Historically, business planners structured corporate mergers using either a single step (i.e., a vote of the stockholders to approve the merger at a meeting called for that purpose) or two steps (i.e., a public tender by the buyer for the target’s shares, followed by a meeting…

The Securities and Exchange Commission released a statement on Tuesday saying that five federal agencies jointly developed Section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act (commonly known as the “Volcker Rule” Khan Academy has a pretty good background of origins of basic securities regulation). DealBook gives an interesting summary of each of the regulating…

DealBook reports that Coinbase, a startup that aims to help bitcoin and other virtual currencies gain acceptance, raised $25 million in financing. DealBook reports that “A steady stream of Silicon Valley investors has been building stakes in virtual currency start-ups. Last month, a Chinese Bitcoin exchange raised $5 million from Lightspeed Venture Partners. Google’s venture capital…

Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012 provides for securities based crowdfunding with the intention of making it easier for small businesses and startups to raise funds and for individuals to become investors.  The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released its proposed rules governing crowdfunding, “Regulation Crowdfunding,” in  October of…

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