» Mitchell Littman of Littman Krooks LLP to Host CLE Seminar on Private Placements and the Secondary Market for Private Shares

Mitchell Littman of Littman Krooks LLP to Host CLE Seminar on Private Placements and the Secondary Market for Private Shares

New York, NY (Law Firm Newswire) June 7, 2011 - Mitchell C. Littman, Esq. of Littman Krooks LLP has been selected by Hudson Valley Bank to host a Continuing Legal Education Seminar on “Private Placements, Regulation D and the Growth of the Secondary Market for Private Shares.”

This CLE Seminar will be held on Thursday, June 16 from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at One Grand Central Place, 60 East 42nd Street, New York, NY in the Ground Floor Conference Center.

The growth of the Secondary Market has become instrumental in today’s capital markets, especially among biotech and social media industries. Mr. Littman will focus his presentation on how the Secondary Market is legally navigated through the use of private placements and how these transactions are structured. He will also provide an overview of Federal Securities Law, Regulation D, Blue Sky and conducting due diligence in these transactions.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminars are a gratis service provided to attorney clients and prospective clients of Hudson Valley Bank. For more information about this CLE Seminar, please use this link: http://www.littmankrooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Hudson-Valley-Bank-Flyer.pdf.

Since its inception in October 1990, Littman Krooks LLP has focused on investment banking firms, private and public companies, investment partnerships and private investors in a wide variety of financing and corporate transactions.

The firm has been in the forefront of the secondary market, handling a broad variety of transactions involving the securities of well-known social media, clean-tech and similar issuers. Littman Krooks has established numerous investment vehicles to engage in secondary market transactions and, to date, the firm's clients have acquired, in the aggregate, nearly $100 million of secondary market shares. Littman Krooks has also been ranked in the top ten of 2010 U.S. PIPE (Private Investment in Public Equity) Market Placement Agent Counsel by both The Pipes Report (9th place) and by Placement Tracker (8th place). Its clientele include broker-dealers, fund sponsors, high net worth investors and other market participants.

Littman Krooks LLP offers legal services in several areas of law, including special needs planning, special education advocacy, elder law, estate planning, veterans benefits, and corporate and securities.

Learn more at http://www.littmankrooks.com.

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