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When Do I Need a Securities Litigation Attorney?

When Do I Need a Securities Litigation Attorney?

If the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission contacts you by phone, summons, or subpoena, you do not want to proceed alone. When the SEC comes knocking with questions, concerns, or accusations, having a knowledgeable attorney by your side is critical to navigate the...

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What You Need to Know About Articles of Dissolution

What You Need to Know About Articles of Dissolution

If you're a business owner, there may come a time when you wish to close your company. While articles of incorporation are used to form a company, articles of dissolution are filed to end your Limited Liability Company or corporation and put the state on notice of...

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Answering PIPE FAQs with Joshua D. Brinen

Answering PIPE FAQs with Joshua D. Brinen

https://vimeo.com/716167999/f27b1d4447 What is a PIPE? A PIPE is the unregistered sale of securities to select investors. Usually accredited investors of the shares of a public entity. Shares sold in a PIPE may not be freely traded immediately after purchase. The...

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Advancement Versus Indemnification

Advancement Versus Indemnification

A lawsuit is all about positioning. Plaintiffs start with the power – they choose the who, the what, the when, and where of an action.  Plaintiff always wants to maintain control.  Defendant seeks to shift the center of gravity in a lawsuit – to stop the...

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What is Schedule TO?

What is Schedule TO?

Want to be a master of the universe and conduct a hostile takeover of that company you think you can run better than the corporate drones spending shareholder money?   Do you think the company you are eyeing is better broken down and sold for...

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Using Mediation to Resolve Commercial Disputes

Using Mediation to Resolve Commercial Disputes

Mediation can be a cost-effective and efficient method to resolve complex commercial business disputes. This form of alternative dispute resolution is often required by individual contracts as a first step to litigation. When both parties are willing to compromise,...

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