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ZAG-S&W Advises in Rosetta Genomics' U.S. Offering

Posted by Leah Schloss on November 29, 2016 at 4:18 PM

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A ZAG-S&W Team announced that it represented Aegis Capital Corp. as Lead Placement Agent in an approximately $5 million concurrent registered direct and private placement offering of ordinary shares, debentures and warrants by Rosetta Genomics, which develops and commercializes a full range of microRNA-based and other molecular diagnostics (NASDAQ: ROSG).  The offering press release can be viewed here

The ZAG-S&W team included Oded Har-Even, Shy Baranov, Rob CondonRon Ben-BassatHila Nahum and Adi Osovsky.

Law firm ZAG-S&W represents U.S. and foreign businesses, as well as sources of equity capital and debt financing such as banks and other financial institutions, individual and institutional investors. The firm facilitates a full range of financing transactions, including: initial public offerings (IPOs), secondary public offerings, venture capital investments, leveraged buyouts, private placements of securities, strategic partnerships and joint ventures. It also regularly handles shelf registrations, periodic SEC filings, stock exchange listings and compliance solutions. "ZAG-S&W's work for clients transcends distance, culture and language," said Oded Har-Even. "Our bilingual team members in Israel and the U.S. understand the dynamics of two very different markets and can deftly bridge cultural differences on business practices, regulatory, securities and other legal issues to achieve your business goals."

For more information:

Leah Schloss

617.338.2448


 

Topics: offerings, NASDAQ, Non-US Issuer

S&W Client Advisory: SEC Adopts “Regulation A+” Creating a New Category of Exempt Private Placements

Posted by Howard Berkenblit on April 9, 2015 at 5:18 PM

The SEC has adopted new rules that provide for an additional category of offerings exempt from registration under the Securities Act. This new “Regulation A+” restatement of the Regulation A exemption was mandated by the JOBS Act and is intended to make the previously underutilized Regulation A more useful to smaller companies engaged in capital-raising offerings.

Click below to read the complete Client Advisory, co-authored by S&W attorneys Howard Berkenblit, Ed Miller and Will Hanson.

View Advisory

Topics: the JOBS Act, Regulation A, Regulation A exemption, Tier 1, Tier 2, offerings

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