Do you meet the definition of an “Accredited Investor” under the new SEC Rules?

Are you an Accredited Investor or a Non-Accredited Investor? There are two classes of investors for the purposes of a…

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Do You Really Have Time To Read & Understand The Heroes Act?

According to LexisNexis, the legislative outlook indicates there is a high chance of passage of 116 H.R. 6800, The Health…

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Governor Newsom – Please Order all Court Buildings in the State of California Closed starting March 16

The inconsistent approach of local, state and federal governments in response to the COVID-19, or new coronavirus, pandemic is beyond…

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Three Men Arrested in $722 Million Cryptocurrency Fraud Scheme Targeting “Dumb” Investors

According to a Release from the Department of Justice (DOJ), three men were arrested today in connection with a cryptocurrency…

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Should Court Transcripts be Provided to Parties Free of Charge?

I learned during my first semester at University of San Francisco School of Law during Dean Brand’s welcome reception that in the United States, one only…

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SEC may Reward Issuers and Auditors for Self-Policing, Self-Reporting, Remediation and Cooperation with Law Enforcement Authorities

In Release No. 44969 (Release) published on October 23, 2001, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announces its…

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