Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms & Techniques, Third Edition / Edition 3

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Overview

This unique resource provides practice tested forms and up-to-date expert guidance for successfully launching private placement investment transactions. The authors illustrate a variety of proven techniques for raising capital and explain ways to accommodate the investor's demands for protection while maintaining the flexibility necessary for efficient operation and growth in today's business and regulatory environment.

Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms, Third Edition contains a wealth of essential forms, entity formation agreements, investment agreements and instruments, debt financing forms, investor agreements, and materials relating to the federal securities laws. This book also includes a chapter addressing environmental concerns, and a new chapter on privacy concerns, as well as chapters on:
• Incorporation
• Stock Provisions
• Exemptions for Registration Under Federal Securities laws: Regulation D
• Resales
• Registration Rights (SEC Filings)

Also included in the subscription price is an electronic version of Raising Capital on CD-Rom, which includes all the forms in Rich Text Format.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735545793
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 12/31/1995
  • Format: Ringbound
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 4628

Table of Contents

• Incorporation
• Subchapter S Corporations
• Small Business Investment Companies
• Partnerships
• Limited Liability Companies
• General Forms
• Investment and Purchase Agreements
• Subscription Agreements
• Environmental Concerns
• Privacy Concerns
• Stock Provisions
• Preferred Shares
• Code of Ethics
• Warrants and Options
• Letter of Intent and Underwriting Agreements
• Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance
• Debt Securities
• Security, Pledge, and Escrow Agreements
• Subordination
• Guarantees
• Agreements Between Investors and Shareholders
• Participation and Intercreditor Agreements
• The Americans with Disabilities Act
• Exemptions from Registration Under the Federal Securities Laws: Private Placements and Regulation D
• Resales
• Registration Rights (SEC Filings)
• Confidentiality Agreements
• Opinions of Counsel
• Troubled Asset Relief Program

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  • Posted September 12, 2009

    Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms an essential toolkit

    At Beacon Investment Partners LLC, every partner and every entrepreneur-facing mentor draws upon the sample agreements in the 4,628 page 3rd Edition of Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms (of December 31, 1995).

    For example, anybody can register an LLC in Delaware for $300, a filing complete with a boilerplate "Limited Liability Company Agreement". Inventors and entrepreneurs will usually want to alter Section 4.4 (Distribution of Net Cash) to be more akin to Article V in Brown & Max's sample LLC Agreement form in Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms. It makes all the difference in the world to the inventor's and entrepreneur's future net worth as their startup LLC brings in investors. At Beacon, we help clients who are still unaware of this after they have had a lawyer practicing on them at 5 dollars per minute.

    For comparison purposes, Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms & Techniques (Hardcover , 1890 pages, December 28, 2006, ISBN-10: 0137528175) by the late Herbert B. Max. It has the advantage of being more current by 11 years.

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