Ralph CastelliThe Securities Exchange Commission (“SEC”) was born in response to an upbeat economy gone bad. During the “roaring twenties,” millions of people invested in stocks as part of the post-war economic growth. Unfortunately, about half of the billions in new securities offered during this period became worthless. The government set up the SEC as a way to win back confidence in the stock market and protect investors going forward.

Fast forward to today and the SEC is still regulating the stock market and trying to protect investors. Whether you are looking to obtain investment for your business or make an investment for a new venture, our expert attorneys in securities laws, Richard Bruder and Stuart Sinai, provide valuable and practical insight on this issue. Please read Stuart’s article as he breaks down new SEC rules that are intended to make it easier for businesses to attract new investors. Equally important, please read Richard’s article as he compares the new SEC rules with other potential options under existing SEC rules.

Finally, I would like to mention that Kemp Klein celebrated 45 years of service this past May. Kemp Klein was born out of the desire to provide the utmost in legal services in order to protect and advise our clients. On behalf of everyone here at Kemp Klein, I would like to personally thank you for your continued trust in us and look forward to serving you for many more years to come.

Best Wishes,

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