Stocks and bonds are easily recognizable as securities, but did you know that promissory notes may also be securities? So can certain joint venture interests and many other types of investment contracts. Then there are cryptocurrency altcoins, which are sometimes securities and sometimes not. How do you identify a security? What are some of the requirements related to offering and selling securities? How do they differ between private and public companies? What happens if you fail to comply with securities laws? How has legislation like the JOBS Act, the FAST Act changed the way in which companies offer and sell their securities? In this webinar our expert panel provides you with a high-level overview of the federal securities laws as well as tangible examples and practical advice in answer to these and many more questions.
Alissa Parisi is a partner in K&L Gates’s Corporate/M&A practice group and resides in the Washington, DC office. Ms. Parisi advises clients on a full range of corporate, securities, governance… Read More
Michael Gold is a partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP where he also serves as co-chair of the Corporate Practice. For more than 20 years, Michael has helped… Read More
Robert N. Rapp is Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he teaches Securities Regulation, Advanced Securities Regulation and Law, Theory and… Read More