Securities Law Attorney

SEC Registration Lawyer – The Professionals You Need To Go Public

Offering your company up for initial public offering is an exciting and exhilarating time in any company’s life. It brings with it the promise of growth, the excitement of change and the novelty of a completely new and unfamiliar experience.

Unfortunately, it also brings with it a forest of paperwork, a mountain range worth of hurdles and an ocean of loopholes and regulations that you can quickly find yourself drowning in if you are not careful. An SEC registration lawyer can help you avoid any of these hazards and enable you to have a smooth and easy IPO that creates new life and momentum for your company.

Going public offers your company many advantages:

- Much Higher Company Valuation
- A large increase in availability to capital
- Abilitiy to distribute stock as incentives
- Gained Prestige

There is a certain amount of prestige that being publicly traded affords your company. Selling shares of stock opens up new avenues of funding and investment to your company, which can allow it to grow in ways you never thought possible. Being publicly traded increases the likelihood of a merger with another company or even an acquisition of your company for much more than you ever imagined making for it. Unfortunately though, without the right paperwork, filled out the right way, none of it will happen.  An SEC registration lawyer can make sure that it does.

 

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Hiring an SEC registration lawyer is a crucial step in the process.

You need an attorney that is capable of getting your company public on the Pink Sheets (OTC Pink Sheets), the OTCBB (Over the Counter Bulletin Board), the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) the NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations), and the AMEX (American Stock Exchange). If you are like most small business owners, you may have been aware that all of those things existed and that they were different from one another. Your attorney can help you understand and navigate each of them.

 

A securities attorney should be hired to make sure all legal paperwork is done correctly the first time through.
Take your company public with the help of a registration lawyer and open up your business tol the same benefits received by large corporations.
As a public company you attract a greater and more skilled employee base and can take advantage of advertising in public media.