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Alexander Davie
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Corporate, Securities, and Business Attorney in Nashville, Tennessee
Corporate, Securities, and Business Attorney in Nashville, Tennessee

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We’ve come to the end of our 7-part series on selling an emerging growth company, and now it’s time to seal the deal. The closing is the crucial final step in the sale, where ownership of your company officially changes hands.

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Last week, US Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym ordered Apple to assist the FBI in unlocking an Apple iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook, one of the terrorists in December’s San Bernardino mass shooting. This story and its resulting controversies have since…

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This post first appeared in Southern Alpha on November 2, 2016. Many, if not most, founders have difficulty being able to afford to work full time for their startup right from the start. But working in a day job while moonlighting at your venture presents…

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In October, the SEC finally completed its implementing regulations to Title III of the JOBS Act, more commonly known as the “crowdfunding” exemption. The 600-page release can be found here. I’m not going to bother summarizing these regulations, as so many…

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As I’ve written before on this blog, due diligence is a crucial part of purchasing a business. I was recently interviewed by The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, and the resulting article can be found here: http://www.ambulatoryadvisor.com/current-red-flags/ While…

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Last week, I was a guest on the “This Week in Law” Podcast, where I talked about the potential impact of the recent invalidation of the US-EU Safe Harbor framework for online privacy. This will likely have far-reaching consequences for startups with users…

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As I’ve written before on this blog, business owners need to be careful about hiring unregistered brokers and finders for capital raises. This rule applies to some M&A events as well. I was recently interviewed by The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, and the…

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One common misconception I encounter among startups is the idea that companies raising capital can include non-accredited investors in Rule 506[1] offerings. While it is technically true that a Rule 506 offering may include up to 35 non-accredited…
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