Private and publicly held companies must comply with numerous federal and blue sky laws. Compliance is essential to growing and maintaining viability, and an attorney with experience in securities law can be an invaluable asset to any company or investor.
Whether you are an institutional investor, or an individual involved with stocks, you may benefit from professional legal counsel. Pearson Butler represents small and mid-size private and publicly held companies, their officers, and their directors. The securities lawyers at Pearson Butler have decades of combined experience in providing legal counsel and guidance to numerous businesses and investors throughout the country.
For more information on Pearson Butler’s securities law services, call (800) 265-2314.
Skilled Counsel for Reporting Companies
One of Pearson Butler’s primary focuses is assisting companies and individuals in the following areas:
- Entity selection
- Business transactions and contracts
- Corporate governance
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Over-the-counter markets compliance
- Private placements
- Private equity and VC financings
- Public offerings
- Reverse mergers
- Rule 144 opinion letters
- SEC reporting and compliance
- Blue sky compliance
- DTC eligibility
Securities Law Services
Pearson Butler represents clients across the country in their registration statements, including Forms S-1, S-8, and 10, Regulation A offerings, Crowdfunding offerings, PIPE transactions, private placements, reverse mergers, and compliance with the reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including Forms 10-Q, 10-K, and 8-K, stock ownership reporting under Section 13(d) and 16(a) of the Exchange Act, and the proxy requirements of Section 14.
Pearson Butler’s securities lawyers represent target and acquiring companies in forward and reverse mergers, including preparation of deal documents such as Asset Purchase Agreements and Reorganization Agreements, Merger Agreements, and Stock Purchase Agreements. Furthermore, the firm’s securities team prepares documentation and assists in completing the requirements of state and federal securities laws and SROs such as DTC and FINRA, for corporate changes such as reverse and forward splits, changes of domicile, and name change.
For more information, contact a securities attorney at Pearson Butler for help with securities arbitration, securities transactions, or recovery of investment losses.