Law Blog Tag: due diligence

Analysis of Section 404(b) of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 for Non-Accelerated Filers

Corporate compliance, federal securities regulations and SEC reporting requirements are highly technical and always changing. Accordingly, small publicly traded companies require the assistance of an experienced securities attorney or securities law firm.

If you are a private company looking to go public on the OTCBB, securities attorney Laura Anthony provides expert legal advice and ongoing corporate counsel. Ms. Anthony counsels private and small public companies nationwide regarding reverse mergers, corporate transactions and all aspects of securities law.

Potential Impact of Rule SEC Release #34-60515 Regarding Proposal to Extend Regulation NMS Coverage to OTC Securities

October 07, 2009 in FINRA, OTC Market

Corporate compliance, federal securities regulations and SEC reporting requirements are highly technical and always changing. Accordingly, small publicly traded companies require the assistance of an experienced securities attorney or securities law firm.

If you are a private company looking to go public on the OTCBB, securities attorney Laura Anthony provides expert legal advice and ongoing corporate counsel. Ms. Anthony counsels private and small public companies nationwide regarding reverse mergers, corporate transactions and all aspects of securities law.

Examination of Rule 144 and Potential Interpretations

Corporate compliance, federal securities regulations and SEC reporting requirements are highly technical and always changing. Accordingly, small publicly traded companies require the assistance of an experienced securities attorney or securities law firm.

OTCBB Reporting Requirements Enable Successful Reverse Mergers

Market Makers Rely on Due Diligence in Reverse Mergers

Learn how to quickly and effectively complete the due diligence process for reverse mergers. Florida securities attorney Laura Anthony provides expert legal advice and ongoing corporate counsel. Ms. Anthony counsels private and small public companies nationwide regarding reverse mergers, corporate transactions and all aspects of securities law.

Reverse Mergers Hinge on Due Diligence and Cleaning Up Public Shells

When a publicly traded company “goes dark” and becomes delinquent in its filing requirements, it generally becomes a public shell and is no longer quoted on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board Exchange (OTCBB). However, with the assistance of an experienced securities attorney, the shell company can be restored so that a merger candidate can be introduced.

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