Whether you are considering a merger, acquisition, asset purchase or some other type of business transaction involving a competitor or compatible business, the number of factors that must be considered can be overwhelming.
Stress created by high jobless rates. Acrimonious political debate over acceptable levels of federal assistance. Rampant fear and uncertainty while awaiting the arrival of an effective coronavirus vaccine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lifestyles of countless Americans. Many have lost jobs or had to shift their focus to home schooling their children. Others have started working from home and have been considering the possibility of opening their own business.
Once you have a good sense of whether a merger or acquisition is appropriate to your long-term needs, there are a number of next steps that you should take before making any sort of deal.
On August 14, 2020, Xavier Becerra, the Attorney General for California (“the AG”), announced that the final package of regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) was approved by the California Office of Administrative Law (“OAL”).
When the SEC, FINRA or State Regulators come knocking, you want your firm to be prepared and Jacko Law Group can make sure you are.
Adding a new company to your business portfolio can be the change that sparks massive growth for your business or triggers the decline of eventual financial ruin. Fortunately, with thorough research and guidance from experienced legal counsel, the risks of buying a company or merging your company with another company can be significantly reduced.
On July 30, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) announced it was bringing charges against San Antonio-based CEO, Victor Lee Farias, and his firm, Integrity Aviation & Leasing (“IAL”), for defrauding investors, including police officers and other first-responders, out of approximately $14 million.
Whether it's transitioning or breaking away, things like legal risks, business factors, and regulatory concerns, must be handled with care. Let our experienced team help.
The formation of a registered investment adviser (“RIA”) can be both an exciting and daunting process. On the one hand, the opportunity for financial professionals to achieve independence and the prospect of increased revenues as an independent RIA is an attractive possibility.
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- Remaining Vigilant Against Investment Fraud During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Starting a New Business? Don’t Overlook These Three Essential Considerations
- Starting Out: Mergers & Acquisitions (Part 2)
- Final California Consumer Privacy Act Rules Approved by OAL
- Integral Factors for Your Firm's Mock SEC Examination
- Starting Out: Mergers & Acquisitions (Part 1)
- SEC Charges San Antonio CEO with Defrauding Investors Including First-Responders
- Considerations for Your Next Business Transition
- Three Things You Need to Know When Forming an RIA
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