January 1, 2018

Initial Coin Offerings – Assessing Investment Options

Startups hold Initial Coin Offerings, or ICOs, for any number of digital (and non-digital) services offered through their digital cryptocurrency. With the ERC-20 standards, ICOs […]
April 29, 2016

Why Going Public is Not a Good Liquidity Strategy

We receive regular requests from small business owners looking for alternative liquidity options for their private company shares. In many instances, a company owner reaches […]
March 17, 2016

Reasons to Keep Your Company Private

Many IPOs go well. Google is a good example. Some companies prove their worth even after a botched IPO. Facebook comes to mind here. There […]
March 3, 2016

Reg A+ vs. S-1 vs. Reverse Merger: Assessing Your Options for a Retail Public Offering

We likely kiss more frogs than we would like to admit. In almost 90% of cases, potential issuers will likely see me as the Debbie […]
February 23, 2016

Types of Required SEC Filings for Public Companies

Publicly traded companies are required to file initial and on-going reports with the SEC. Some occur at the happening of specific events and others are […]