Equity Tag

Sweat equity is the term used to refer to an employee’s labor that is invested into an asset as opposed to equity bought with capital. Ideally, it would be fair for all employees whose sweat equity increases the value of a private company to share...

In corporate mergers and acquisitions, only a handful of corporate representatives control the outcome of negotiations. Such representatives of selling corporations can unfairly choose deals that provide handsome payments to the representatives while leaving less for shareholders. To prevent this, Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) §280G...

The Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012 eased securities regulations in order to encourage small businesses and startups to raise capital from crowdfunding. Since then, the Securities and Exchange Commission enacted Title III of the JOBS Act which encompasses regulation crowdfunding. However, Title...

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