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A Call for Independence for the Securities and Exchange Commission

Posted by on October 18th, 2013

After recently scoring a string of successes and appearing to have the wind at its back, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) took one on the chin earlier this week when a Dallas jury cleared Mark Cuban of insider trading charges. While this is not a big case in terms of scope or dollar amount, […]

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Will the SEC’s New JOBS Act Rules Hinder Investors and Hurt Startups?

Posted by on September 5th, 2013

Lifting the ban on advertising for private securities offerings was widely hailed, but it may come with a raft of new regulations that could make life difficult for both angel investors and the startup companies they fund. On July 10 of this year, the SEC made a landmark ruling that essentially changed 80 years of […]

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The Importance of Communications to the New JOBS Act SEC Rules

Posted by on July 19th, 2013

The Securities and Exchange Commission has again opened up the discussion of 21st Century communications.  First it was in response to Netflix and the regulatory body’s blanket statement that social media can be used by public companies to disclose material information.  Now, in response to the JOBS Act, the SEC has opened the door for […]

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