Sunday, September 7, 2014

September 30: NYC - PIPEs (Not the kind you smoke)

A PIPE (Private Investment in Public Equity) refers to any private placement of securities of an already public company that is made to select accredited investors. In a typical PIPE transaction, investors enter into a purchase agreement that commits them to purchase securities and usually requires the issuer to file a resale registration statement covering the resale from time to time of the privately purchased securities.

This accredited continuing legal education course is for both in-house and private practice lawyers and other legal professionals who want to gain a basic and up-to-date understanding of PIPEs from an experienced practitioner. This course is for you if:


  • You advise corporations about raising capital and compliance with federal securities regulation on a regular or problem-solving basis.
  • You are getting into corporate practice and first being exposed to the day-to-day complexities of federal securities law.
  • You advise public companies, even if not on SEC matters.
  • You work with private companies that seek public or private financing.
  • You are exposed to SEC regulatory matters, but need to put things into a workable context.
  • You practice securities law but have not kept current on recent significant regulatory developments and want practical and up-to-date insight.
  • You work for securities lawyers or a public company.

Title:

PIPEs (Not the kind you smoke)
When/Where:
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Bank of America
114 West 47th Street, 12th Floor (US Trust Bldg)
New York, NY 10036
Speaker:
David W. Sass, Esq.
By:
National Law Institute
Credit:
NJ, NY
Cost:
Free.