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Software Engineer at Skelmir
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Professor, Michigan State University
Vice President for Research at UT Health Science Center at San Antonio
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David A. Westenberg, a partner in the Corporate Practice Group of WilmerHale in Boston, is author of the acclaimed book Initial Public Offerings: A Practical Guide to Going Public (Practising Law Institute, October 2009).
Once again proving that you can’t judge a gift by its box, emerging growth companies (EGCs) received a pleasant, but oddly wrapped, surprise in December with the enactment of a new... Read more »
The JOBS Act is probably best-known for creating an “IPO on ramp” intended to reduce the cost and complexity of going public, but the act also contains important benefits for startups... Read more »
Enacted with great fanfare in early April, the JOBS Act is intended to improve access to the public capital markets for startup companies. The cornerstone of the act is the creation... Read more »
You’ve got the vision, the core team, and even a little money. You’re prepared to devote enormous time and energy to your new startup. You’re unsure what the future will bring... Read more »
The IPO market is open for business. The IPO market window has slammed shut. Which is it? Unless your IPO is pricing in the next week or two, it doesn’t matter.... Read more »
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