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JOBS Act Deconstructed: Confidential Filing

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More than 40 biotech companies have gone public using provisions made available to emerging growth companies through the JOBS Act. BIOtechNOW’s JOBS Act Deconstructed series will explore why it has had such an impact on biotech offerings and how emerging companies can leverage the new law to their best advantage. Any company conducting a public offering must file a registration statement, called an S-1, with the SEC.  The purpose of this document is to inform investors Read More >

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JOBS Act Deconstructed: Testing-the-Waters

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More than 40 biotech companies have gone public using provisions made available to emerging growth companies through the JOBS Act. BIOtechNOW’s JOBS Act Deconstructed series will explore why it has had such an impact on biotech offerings and how emerging companies can leverage the new law to their best advantage. The JOBS Act enables companies to promote themselves to potential investors in advance of their IPO. Prior to the JOBS Act, companies conducting a public offering Read More >

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JOBS Act Deconstructed: Regulation A

More than 40 biotech companies have gone public using provisions made available to emerging growth companies through the JOBS Act.  BIOtechNOW’s JOBS Act Deconstructed series will explore why it has had such an impact on biotech offerings and how emerging companies can leverage the new law to their best advantage. In a nutshell: The JOBS Act directs the SEC to create a new class of securities modeled after those eligible for the existing exemption under SEC Read More >

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New Bill Calls for No WTO-Plus Benefits for Countries that Violate IP

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A new Bill in the U.S. House of Representatives seeks to remove WTO-plus trade benefits the United States provides to countries that disrespect intellectual property rights.  On September 20, 2013, Representative Terry introduced the “Playing Fair on Trade and Innovation Act.”  The Bill would deem countries ineligible for the Generalized System of Preferences program (GSP) if that country “fails to provide adequate and effective protection for intellectual property rights” or “maintains local content requirements…”  GSP Read More >

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JOBS Act Deconstructed: Regulatory Relief

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More than 40 biotech companies have gone public using provisions made available to emerging growth companies through the JOBS Act. BIOtechNOW’s JOBS Act Deconstructed series will explore why it has had such an impact on biotech offerings and how emerging companies can leverage the new law to their best advantage. The JOBS Act marks a key departure from the previous one-size-fits-all regulatory approach for companies conducting a public offering.  Emerging growth companies (EGCs) are now subject Read More >

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