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Avoiding Common Mistakes in Initial Public Offerings

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Issuing an IPO is driven by the desire to gain access to readily available capital in the public markets—not to mention the prestige and wealth awaiting founders of companies that are successful. But going public also involves increased responsibility for disclosure and guidance requiring quality compliance counsel.

This may include new compliance and obligation considerations, a renewed focus on management transparency, and the need for an infrastructure they may not yet have in place.

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