1. Excellent “Field Guide” to the IPO Process – Read It Here…

    “The JOBS Act created a new class of issuer: the emerging growth company (EGC). […] Most companies considering or preparing for an IPO will qualify for EGC status, which will allow them to take advantage of a number of benefits, both during the offering period and once public. An EGC can have as long as five years to take advantage of such status.” (Morrison & Foerster

    From lawyers at Morrison & Foerster, a “short field guide” to the IPO that covers the full range of issues you need to know before you go public, including:

    • The offering process
    • Confidential submissions
    • Pre-offering planning
    • The role of the underwriter
    • Financial reporting and accounting
    • SEC comments

    Read the full update, then get additional commentary and analysis on initial public offerings below:

    [Link: The Short Field Guide To IPOs - Morrison & Foerster] 



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