|By PR Newswire||
|March 14, 2014 05:58 PM EDT||
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hamilton & Associates a law firm providing going public and securities related legal services announces its new expanded securities law blog. The blog has been redesigned in a new user friendly format to provide useful information about going public and the SEC registration statement process. The securities law blog is designed to assist market participants, securities professionals and private companies considering going public transactions. The new site is located at www.securitieslawyer101.com
The blog covers information on a broader array of going public and securities law topics including crowdfunding under the JOBS Act and the corporate hijacking epidemic that has plagued the over the counter market in recent years.
Securities attorney Brenda Hamilton the creator of the Securities Lawyer 101 law blog and founder of Hamilton & Associates Law Group. The blog covers such topics as Direct Public Offerings (DPO), securities law, going-public transactions, OTCMarkets listings, OTCQX, OTCQB, Initial Public Offerings, crowdfunding, Rule 506, Form S-1 and Form 10 Registration Statements. The blog recently generated a record number of views when it featured a series of blog posts about custodianship corporate hijackings and the problems with reverse merger transactions.
Securities lawyer, Brenda Hamilton stated, "SEC rules and regulations are constantly changing because of new legislation such as the JOBS Act and as a result, we continuously post information in clearly understandable language to address these changes."
"Market participants and investors have relied upon our website for current information about the issues impacting the securities markets and industry professionals. Hamilton stated, "Securities law is incredibly complex and has undergone numerous changes since the JOBS ACT. Our goal when we created the Securities Lawyer 101 blog was to provide useful information about complex securities law topics in an easy to understand manner."
The Securitieslawyer101.com blog includes an online "Ask Securities Lawyer 101" form which allows visitors to ask questions and receive answers from a securities attorney.
About Hamilton & Associates
Since its inception in 1999, Hamilton and Associates has focused on going public transactions and securities law. The firm has represented over 300 market participants in going public transactions and securities law matters. The firm's securities lawyers have assisted in securities registration, direct public offerings, IPO's and conducted due diligence in complex going public and securities transactions.
Brenda Hamilton, is recognized for her experience in the forensic analysis of securities transactions, reverse merger fraud, short sale transactions and trading activity. Ms. Hamilton has participated in Dodd Frank and whistleblower matters involving over 300 public companies with investor losses exceeding an estimated $750,000,000.
Media Contact: Brenda Hamilton, Hamilton & Associates, 5614168956, [email protected]
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