Tag Archive for Securities Fraud

Securities fraud involves illegal activities that violate various state and federal securities regulations. Securities fraud generally involves some form of market manipulation or the use of false information to either raise capital for a corporation or to secure an ill-gotten gain by engaging in inappropriate activities. Securities fraud can involve private placements for both private and public corporations, micro-cap securities, or the very largest of corporations. The enforcement of securities regulations and the prosecution of violation is generally handled by the Securities Exchange Commission or state securities agencies. In rare instances, local law enforcement will become involved.

Toxic Financing Explained

Toxic Financing Explained We have reviewed countless financing proposal and documents on behalf of our clients over the years.  It seems lately that we have had a surge in calls recently asking us to review documents that were for toxic…

SEC Charges Firm with Illegal Fund Raising for Penny Stock Companies

Coral Capital Partners takes a look at a recent Securities Exchange Commission enforcement action against Edward Bronson and his firms e-Lionheart Associates and Fairhills Capital in which they charge Mr. Bronson and his firms with illegal fund raising, violations of Rule 504, and Delaware law. We feel that our blog along with the associated the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) Litigation Release and Complaint filed in Federal Court will provide interesting reading.