Securities Act

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Securities Act

This commonly refers to the U.S. Federal Securities Act of 1933, as amended, which law affects and regulates the offering and sale of securities both within the United States and offers directed to United States persons whereever those persons may be. The law applies to offers made from anywhere in the world.  This term is used synonymously with the term 1933 Act.

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  • EMPLOYMENT

    Employees need to understand their rights. Employers need to be proactive against the current wave
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  • TRADE SECRETS

    We work closely with clients to identify and protect their potential trade secret assets
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  • SECURITIES

    We counsel regarding securities issues for businesses or individuals.
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  • CORPORATE

    We provide expert counsel to companies from startup to public, including:     Board
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  • REAL ESTATE

    We represent and advise clients involving real property acquisition. financing. development. construction. disposition. leasing.
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  • TAX

    Tax issues arise in virtually all practice areas, and we are adept at handling
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  • ESTATE PLANNING

    We do trusts and estates.  Should I try to avoid probate? A proper estate
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  • PRIVACY AND CYBERLAW

    We counsel regarding privacy, cybersecurity, social media, consumer disclosures, warranties and other consumer protection
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