what forms must I file for a Delaware company that is issuing stock to individuals in NY, RI, CT, FL, AZ, OH, VT, VA, NJ, NH, MA ? Is it the U-1, U-2 Forms under SCOR?
Not only does each state have its own requirements for filing, but they also have their own set of fees for the filing of forms. You have a host of states that have substantial filing fees. Further, some states have an express prohibition on sales and solicitation prior to registration, which means you can be on the hook to investors in a state whose laws you've violated. Texas is one of those states. Your question identifies you as being in Houston, but you did not list Texas as one of your states in your question. You'll have to deal with that if you are indeed in Texas.
And do not think that the state securities regulators ignore this sort of thing - they most certainly do not. And with a registration violation on your record, you will have virtually little chance of being able to raise money lawfully.
So to echo my colleagues here - call an attorney to counsel you on this before you do anything further. That includes not soliciting any investments. If you're this far down the road asking this question, you likely have a host of things to deal with.See question
Right now iam in us as a b1 status.i wish i want to invest my money here to start a business.
You have several options available, but EB-5's investment amount will likely be going up after April 28. You are urged to meet with a skilled immigration attorney before then to discuss your particular situation.See question
I am the sole owner of an S-corp incorporated with the help of an accountant, and ran a separate business account for some time. I went back to school for 2-3 years and kept the business open paperwork wise (state filing, IRS taxes etc.) but did...
You will need some good corporate "clean-up" here, not only for the purposes noted by you and others, but also to preserve the effectiveness of any licenses you may have to operate your businesses.See question
I have a peace order record from 2009 and I wanted to know what are my chances of obtaining a secret clearance. Currently I hold a public trust clearance.
You'll need to work an attorney who handles security clearance issues, in particular those involving classifications of "secret" or above. There is significant work to be done if you want this clearance. There are plenty of good attorneys in the DC area that do this.See question
We were given a total cost to sign up for AT&T and no activation fees were mentioned. When the sales lady handed us the total to sign activation fees were on it. We called customer service at AT&T and we're told after we got our contract and our ...
Quick answer is generally "no." AT&T, like other carriers, has an arbitration agreement in their contract with you. You should review that and act accordingly.
And no, you can't get out of it. There are numerous US Supreme Court cases on the enforceability of these clauses with carriers like AT&T.See question
My business has an inbound shipment from Taiwan that is being held by the shipping company. 2 years ago I had an invoice that went into dispute and they sent it to collections. They charged it off and my balance says zero when I login to my acco...
You need an attorney with experience in customs and duties disputes to resolve this. I changed the category of your question to better fit its subject matter.See question
I have a few companies and I am trying to figure out the best way to structure them. Can I create a parent company and under that parent company have 3 smaller companies? Currently, 2 of my companies are S- corps and the other is a LLC. I would li...
To add to what the others have said, an attorney is going to have to review all of your formation documents and delve into your corporate and personal tax situation. The money you spend on counsel now will prevent a whole lot of headache later.See question
we are 200-300 people that have been scammed, the amount of the scam is about half a million dollars, but we have enter to their wallets on blockchain and they are still accepting payments, scamming more people, considering all the other scams, th...
The CFTC and Alabama Securities Commission are your best bet to contact. You should retain counsel and file a whistleblower submission with the CFTC (you will need counsel, as w/o counsel your submission will not be confidential). It works much like the Dodd-Frank submissions with the SEC, and you may be entitled to a "bounty" on what the feds collect in fines. The ASC is aggressive and does pursue things like this.See question
I had tried to get a stalking order against a former co-worker. The stalking order was denied but the person in question became enraged when they found out at the hearing that my current employer has a safety protocol in place due to his actions. ...
You may want to get your attorney to retry getting that stalking order. At the very least, file a report with your local police and the Wyoming State Police.See question