As market appetite for special-purpose acquisition companies fades, some transactional lawyers expect reverse mergers to rise as an alternative vehicle for taking companies public, partially picking up slack left by the decline of SPACs.
So before we begin let’s start by defining a few key terms: 1. S-1 is a registration statement filing that gets submitted for examination and final approval by the SEC. Once approved the company can raise money based upon the terms set forth within the S-1 (i.e.) minimum/maximum of…Read More