Topic: Accredited Investor

Regulation A+: Quicker and Cheaper Access to Capital for Smaller Companies

“Regulation A+ … promises to provide a meaningful new tool for private issuers wishing to access the capital markets.” (Randal Jones and Richard Raymer of Dorsey & Whitney) What’s better than an “A”? An “A+,” of course… OK, that’s probably not why the Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed new rules to Regulation A. But… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Hacking Responses, California Laws, Delaware Corporations, Greenmail Threats

On this day in 1947, the transistor was first demonstrated at Bell Laboratories. We’ve come a long way… Most of the time, “hacking back” is only going to create more troubles… (Trevor Nagel and Joseph Schenck at White & Case) Ringing in the New Year in the Golden State? You’ll need to know about these… Read more »

SEC Adopts Final Rule on “Accredited Investor” Standard

The Securities & Exchange Commission adopted earlier this month its proposed final rule regarding the standards that are used to determine who is an “accredited investor” and thus able to participate in certain unregistered private placements and offerings. For your reference, here’s a brief roundup of legal updates on the new rule: SEC Adopts Final… Read more »