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Go Twitter IPO!
Posted on 7 Nov 2013 by David N. Feldman

Social media giant Twitter starts trading following its IPO today. One hopes the lessons of the Facebook IPO debacle are learned. In fact Facebook is now trading $14 above its IPO price, after a very disappointing start. Plus Twitter is choosing a day... Read More

5 Reasons SEC Regulation A+ Is Revolutionary
Posted on 26 Mar 2015 by David N. Feldman

March 25 was a significant day for the world of IPOs, small business and the small-cap markets. The SEC voted unanimously to adopt final rules implementing changes to Regulation A which were mandated by the Jumpstart our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of... Read More

JOBS Act Provisions Fuel IPO Surge, Raise Concerns
Posted on 19 Sep 2014 by Kevin M. LaCroix

All eyes may be on the record-setting IPO of Chinese Internet firm, Alibaba, but the real IPO story for 2014 may be the significant number of IPOs this year involving smaller companies. The number of companies completing IPOs this year is on pace for... Read More

What to Watch in the World of D&O
Posted on 3 Sep 2014 by Kevin M. LaCroix

Every year just after Labor Day, I take a step back and survey the most important current trends and developments in the world of Directors’ and Officers’ liability and D&O insurance. This year’s survey is set out below. Once again... Read More