Anna Pinedo joined Dave Lynn, Senior Editor of TheCorporateCounsel.net and host of the Deep Dive with Dave, to discuss the publication of the fourth edition of her treatise, Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings, published by the Practising Law Institute.

The two discuss significant regulatory developments in exempt and hybrid offerings, the evolution of

The fourth edition of Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings, which is a three-volume treatise, that provides comprehensive guidance on structuring exempt and hybrid securities offerings was recently published by the Practising Law Institute.

Updating the treatise (which was last updated in 2017) was a chore, given it is about 4,000 pages of content and

The US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (“SEC”) Small Business Capital Formation Advisory Committee (the “Committee”) released the agenda for its virtual meeting, to be held on Tuesday, August 2, 2022, and which plans to address liquidity challenges for investors in exempt offerings. The agenda specifically plans to address exit opportunities for investors in Regulation A

April 2022 marked the ten-year anniversary of the JOBS Act.  My former partner and friend, Dave Lynn, co-editor of TheCorporateCounsel.net and The Corporate Counsel, invited me to join him on his podcast, Deep Dive with Dave.  We discussed the anniversary, and genesis of the JOBS Act, as well as some of the changes to the

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Mayer Brown invites you to the Practising Law Institute’s Private Placements and Hybrid Securities Offerings 2022 virtual conference.

Private Placements and Hybrid Securities Offerings 2022 will cover the basics of private placements, resales of restricted securities, Section 4(a)(1-1/2) transactions and block trades. The program will

The Mayer Brown “Deciding Among Exempt Offering Alternatives” comparison chart is now updated to reflect the amendments to various offering exemptions that became effective in 2021.  In one easy-to-read presentation, issuers and financial intermediaries can compare the elements of ten different exempt offering alternatives.  The chart covers, among other things, dollar limits, filing

Today, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs released the Spring 2021 Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions, which includes the Securities and Exchange Commission’s rulemaking agenda.

The rulemaking agenda identifies short-term and long-term actions to be taken by the SEC.  There are a number of items that are noted in the final rulemaking

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Given that 2020 was such a tumultuous year, even the most dedicated securities lawyer may have missed a rule change or two. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was also particularly busy. Under the leadership of SEC Chair Clayton, the SEC had one

In its 2019 Concept Release on Harmonization of Securities Offerings, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) included a section requesting comment regarding resale exemptions, including Rule 144. While the SEC addressed a number of the key issues relating to the exempt offering framework that were first identified in the Concept Release in a rulemaking