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  • KYLIANNE HARLEY

    DTC Eligibility Question & Answer – Going Public Attorney

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    Wed Aug 29 16:20:33 CEST 2018

    Q. What is The Depository Trust Company (DTC)? A. DTC is the only stock depository in the United States. Q. Why is DTC so important to public companies? A. When DTC provides services as the depository for an issuer’s securities, its securities can trade electronically. Without DTC eligibility, it is almost impossible for an issuer to establish an active market in its stock. Q. How do public companies obtain DTC eligibility? A. Issuers must satisfy specific criteria to receive ini...


  • RACHEL SUPPIAH

    The data cycle - for consumers

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    Tue Apr 12 04:45:38 CEST 2016

    The data cycle -- showing how one person's personal data can be used, passed on and re-used in ways that people may not expect. Gives advice about what to do...


  • WORLDLAWBOOK .

    The data cycle - for consumers | ICO.

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    Wed Mar 16 08:54:47 CET 2016

    The data cycle -- showing how one person's personal data can be used, passed on and re-used in ways that people may not expect. Gives advice about what to do to reduce nuisance calls. Source: ICO - Information Commissioner's Office


  • BRENDA HAMILTON

    General Solicitation and Advertising Now Permitted Under Rule 506(c)

    (News & Articles)

    Mon Sep 23 17:07:27 CEST 2013

    As of today, September 23, Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) rules implementing some provisions of the JOBS Act have become effective. Among them is the new Regulation D Rule 506(c). While the floodgates to raising capital will not open at the break of dawn, within a few weeks market observers and participants are likely to be subjected to a great deal of advertising of investments. Rule 506(c) and Advertising Companies that choose to engage in private placements using Rule 5...


  • BRENDA HAMILTON

    The Distinction Between Rule 506(C) And Crowdfunding

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    Mon Sep 09 13:37:10 CEST 2013

    The JOBS Act’s new rules permitting general solicitation and advertising in Rule 506 private placements will become effective on September 23, and there is still some confusion about the difference between crowdfunding and general solicitation and advertising in Rule 506(c) offerings. While Rule 506(c) becomes effective in two weeks, the crowdfunding rules have not been implemented by the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). While the public, and perhaps even some companies, may think ...


  • WORLDLAWBOOK .

    US supreme court leans towards striking part of Voting Rights Act

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    Fri Mar 01 09:43:23 CET 2013

    The US supreme court appeared to be leaning toward striking down cornerstone civil rights legislation that has protected African Americans' right to vote for half a century during a combative hearing on Wednesday. The justices clashed over whether discrimination is still an issue with one, Antonin Scalia, deriding the legislation under dispute as "perpetuation of racial entitlement". They also disagreed over whether it is for Congress or the courts to decide whether measures that discourage o...


  • WORLDLAWBOOK .

    Fed up at work? When to look for a new law job

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    Mon Jan 28 13:41:08 CET 2013

    As lawyers ease themselves into their (now slightly tighter) suits and squeeze back onto over-filled tubes for the daily commute, January may be a good time to consider shaking things up. It can be hard to know when it's right to jump ship but there are some milestones in a lawyer's career when a move makes sense. On qualification "Qualification is an automatic stop point and a good time to assess options," explains Darryn Hale, a partner at recruitment agency Taylor Root. Those who do not g...


  • WORLDLAWBOOK .

    Government: Food allergies may be disability under law

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    Mon Jan 21 11:01:20 CET 2013

    WASHINGTON — Allergic to gluten? What about peanuts? Federal disabilities law may be able to help. The Justice Department said in a recent settlement with a Massachusetts college that severe food allergies can be considered a disability under the law. That gives those who suffer from such allergies a new avenue in seeking menus that fit their diet. But some say it goes too far. The decision leaves schools, restaurants and other places that serve food more exposed to legal challenges if the...


  • WORLDLAWBOOK .

    Pakistan supreme court orders arrest of prime minister on corruption charges

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    Wed Jan 16 10:54:58 CET 2013

    By Jon Boone / guardian.co.uk Pakistan's supreme court has ordered the arrest of the prime minister, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, on corruption charges, heightening fears that the country's fragile democracy could be derailed by the campaign of tens of thousands of anti-corruption protesters camped out on the streets outside parliament. The unexpected announcement came as Tahir-ul-Qadri, an Islamic scholar who led a "million-man march" on Islamabad on Monday, addressed his supporters, railing agai...


  • BRENDA HAMILTON

    DTC Chills- A Big Conspiracy or Just Fraud?

    (News & Articles)

    Fri Jan 04 18:18:02 CET 2013

    The Depository Trust Company (DTC) is the only stock depository in the U.S. When DTC provides services as the depository for an issuer’s securities, its securities can trade electronically. Without DTC eligibility, it is almost impossible for an issuer to establish an active market in its securities. Issuers must satisfy specific criteria established by DTC to receive initial DTC eligibility, and to remain DTC eligible. Even after an issuer’s securities become DTC eligible, DTC may limit or te...


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