Regulation “A+” and Venture Capital Financing

Prepared by Andrew B. Coburn As seen in Business Black Box Q4 2015 Edition In 2012, Congress passed the JOBS Act with the intent of making it easier for start-ups and smaller companies to raise capital. At the time, Regulation A was an existing Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulation that provided the rules for one type…
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Venture Capital Seed Financing – Convertible Debt

Prepared by Andrew B. Coburn As seen in Business Black Box Q4 2014 Edition A startup company can use a variety of forms of debt or equity to raise its initial funding. Sorting out the options is complicated by the numerous model documents now available for venture capital financing, from the National Venture Capital Association’s…
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Wyche at Work: January 2014 Employment Update

Prepared by Wyche attorneys, Andy Coburn and Ted Gentry January 2014 Employee Handbooks and Manuals:  A New Series by Wyche At Work Due mostly to the intrusive efforts of the National Labor Relations Board, legal issues surrounding employee handbooks, manuals, and policies have received significant attention in the last 12 months. Wyche at Work has noted troublesome…
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Wyche at Work: August 2013 Employment Update

Prepared by Wyche attorneys, Andy Coburn and Ted Gentry August 2013 EEO-1 Reports Due for Some Employers Employers that are required to file Form 100, the Employer Information Report EEO-1, have until September 30 to file their annual report with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The report is a compliance survey that requires company employment…
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