JOBS Act: Capital-Raising Regulatory Reform for Mid-Market and Emerging Companies
Navigating Significant Securities Law Changes Impacting IPOs and Private Placements
JOBS Act signed Apr. 5, 2012
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide commercial finance counsel with a review of the most significant provisions of the JOBS Act. The panel will focus on how this law expands capital-raising options for small, mid-market and emerging companies and the law's effect on the IPO and private placement process.
- Overview of the JOBS Act
- EGC compliance requirements and impact on IPOs
- Private placement rules relaxed
- Offerings up to $50 million
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What impact does the JOBS Act have on IPOs?
- How do the provisions of the JOBS Act liberalize private placement rules?
- What are the most significant changes that will enable mid-market and emerging companies to more easily raise capital?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Yelena M. Barychev
Ms. Barychev concentrates her practice on securities laws and general corporate law matters. She focuses in the... | Read More
Ms. Barychev concentrates her practice on securities laws and general corporate law matters. She focuses in the areas of public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, review and preparation of disclosure documents filed by public companies with the SEC, corporate governance issues and mergers and acquisitions. She has authored numerous articles on corporate finance and governance issues.Close
Thomas W. France
His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings of equity and debt, banking, financial... | Read More
His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings of equity and debt, banking, financial services and securities regulations, corporate reorganizations, and structuring and formation of new ventures. He is recognized as one the nation’s leading attorneys for business transactions by Chambers USA and for capital-market transactions by Legal 500 U.S.Close
Vice President Corporate Governance and Corporate Secretary
She is responsible for Pepco’s SEC reporting. Previously, as a partner with Blank Rome LLP, she represented... | Read More
She is responsible for Pepco’s SEC reporting. Previously, as a partner with Blank Rome LLP, she represented public companies in connection with going public transactions, securities compliance, capital raising activities and mergers and acquisitions. She is a frequent lecturer and author on legal issues related to corporate governance, going public, shareholder activism and business practices.Close
Redwood Capital Group
He has over 20 years of investment banking and executive operational experience. He completed over 50 transactions with... | Read More
He has over 20 years of investment banking and executive operational experience. He completed over 50 transactions with a total economic value in excess of $10 billion. He previously was a Managing Partner of Gemini Partners, an investment bank he co-founded, and before that a Vice President at Prudential Securities and Credit Suisse First Boston in corporate finance, M&A and high yield in N.Y.Close