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The broad reach of the federal securities laws

USA - May 7 2019 The applicability of the federal securities laws can be surprisingly broad. The Securities Act of 1933 defines a "security" to include stock, bonds...

Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins, Marc Boiron, Michael Pierson.

Rule 701: How to Reward Employees and Consultants with Equity Compensation

USA - March 4 2019 Issuing equity to employees can be a win-win. For companies, such transactions preserve cash that might go to salary or wage payments and can align...

Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.

Restricted Securities: A Challenging Byproduct of Private Financings

USA - November 8 2018 In light of the development of new funding methods for startup and early stage companies, the treatment of Restricted Securities ("RS") has assumed...

Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.

State Crowdfunding Rules: Often An Intriguing Option Where Available

USA - September 18 2018 With the passage of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012 (JOBS Act), Congress and President Obama sought to facilitate capital formation by...

Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation: Why It Matters to You

USA - June 15 2018 The European Union has traditionally been more protective of privacy than the United States, which has led to substantial challenges for many US...

Steven C. Papkin, Martin B. Robins.