News & Events

  • December 19, 2006

    Pink Sheets Accepts Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP As The First OTCQX Attorney DAD.


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  • December 18, 2006

    IPO Leadership


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  • December 01, 2006

    SPACs: Backing The Jockey, Not The Horse.

    Douglas S. Ellenoff and Stuart Neuhauser wrote an article for Equities Magazine on why more investors, CEOs and private companies are turning to SPACs.
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  • November 01, 2006

    Client Alert - Recent Changes to New York Limited Liability Company Law
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  • November 01, 2006

    PIPEs Scorecard - Industry Rankings for 2006 Click Here to View the Rankings

  • October 30, 2006

    Implications of Sarbanes-Oxley on the U.S. IPO market

    Douglas S. Ellenoff and Annie Y. Wong were invited by Maxim Group LLC to present to Japanese securities firms an analysis of the "Implications of Sarbanes-Oxley on the U.S. IPO market."

  • October 23, 2006

    Sanders Morris Harris Middle Market Investor Growth Conference 2006
    Ellenoff Grossman & Schole participated in the 2nd annual conference hosted by Sanders Morris Harris where over 80 senior executives from public companies with a market cap of up to $2 billion communicated their respective business models and market analysis to over 400 institutional and alternative investors.

    Douglas S. Ellenoff (moderator) and Brian C. Daughney were part of the PIPEs panel which discussed primary underwriter liability on PIPE resale registrations.

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    Primary Underwriter Liability on PIPE Resale Registrations.

  • September 14, 2006

    Sanders Morris Harris Luncheon "Battle of the Exchanges, Listing Strategies For Growth Companies"

    The conference discussed the pros and cons of listing on the AIM, NASDAQ, NYSE, AMEX or OTCQX in terms of: market depth and liquidity, relative valuation, regulatory requirements and costs, transaction costs (IPOs and Follow Ons), investor base and trading costs.  The panel included William O'Brien of the NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc.; Anne Moulier of the AIM; R. Cromwell Coulson of the Pink Sheets and OTCQX; John McGonegal of the AMEX; Peter Shea of Daniel Stewart & Co. - NOMAD, and Douglas S. Ellenoff served as the legal expert.

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  • September 06, 2006

    Roth Capital Partners New York Conference

    Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP was pleased to sponsor the annual Roth Capital Partners New York Conference.  The conference featured presentations from more than 200 small and micro caps in the Technology, Healthcare, Financial Services and Consumer Product sectors.  This year Roth Capital introduced a Special Purpose Acquisition Corporation (SPAC) panel, in which Douglas S. Ellenoff served as moderator.  The panel included Joel Kanter, Beau Ferrari, Steven Slawson and John Dalfonsi.  The panel discussed how SPACs are evolving, growing participation and longer term involvement by funds, new choices on incorporation and new structures, AIM SPACs as well as SEC and AMEX regulations.

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  • May 25, 2006

    Third Annual Broker/Dealer Forum

    Eden L. Rohrer
    participated in the 3rd Annual Broker/Dealer Forum on Resolving Customer Claims, Business Defenses and Advocacy Tactics in Arbitration and Mediation, sponsored by the American Conference Institute (ACI).  Ms. Rohrer spoke on the Defense and Prevention of Independent Broker/Dealer Misconduct panel.  Ms. Rohrer addressed issues of "selling away,” unusual securities products, the critical role of establishing supervisory procedures and distinctions in monitoring outside business activities and supervising private securities transactions.