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Faith Colish Discusses Finders and Private Placement Brokers in Bloomberg Law
Carter Ledyard counsel Faith Colish published an article in Bloomberg Law on November 14, 2018, exploring a legislative proposal which would facilitate securities offerings by companies too small to afford the services of registered brokers. Unregistered finders may have the skills to prepare and structure an offering and to promote the sale of securities, but may not be willing or able to register as broker-dealers. Faith points out that a legislative solution has been introduced to make their services available in appropriate cases: the “Unlocking Capital for Small Businesses Act of 2018, H.R. 6127,” introduced by Congressman Ted Budd in June 2018.
The article can be found here.
Matt Dunn explores the developments since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective in May 2018.
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The M&A Advisor's Emerging Leaders Awards recognize individuals under the age of 40 who have achieved significant success in the M&A industry.
Designed to showcase those exhibiting excellence in the practice of law, Super Lawyers® named forty Carter Ledyard attorneys to this year's list.
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