Two-Part Webinar Series - Raising Capital & Staying Compliant: It’s Not Easy Being Green


Got a great opportunity but need more funding? Want to raise money for your new startup in a compliant way?

Compliance with federal and state laws are a crucial part of business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, tender offers, and the formation of new ventures such as corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, and limited liability companies. In an ever-changing environment, businesses today must be prepared always to respond to actions by government agencies, regulatory organizations, shareholders, and customers.

In this new two-part Bailey Glasser webinar series, BG lawyers Carlos E. Duque and Michael de León Hawthorne demystify securities laws, discussing how to raise capital as a startup or young company, and how to ensure your books are in order for companies of all sizes.

Part two of this webinar series will be an a dynamic 30-minute discussion on the best practices for raising capital with Mark Thomas, CEO and co-founder of ZenSports. Carlos will chat with Mark how Bailey Glasser helped ZenSports with their recent expansion into the Las Vegas market.

Among the questions the webinar will address:

  • What are the most common mistakes new companies make when raising money?

  • How do companies ensure compliance with state and federal securities laws?

  • How do considerations change as company approaches a go-public transaction?

  • What is a Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE) – and is it safe?

  • Why is accounting advisable to win the day?

We welcome your questions related to this special program. If you have anything specific you would like Michael or Carlos to cover, please email your suggestions to

DATE: Thursday, November 18, 2021

TIME: 2:00-2:30 PM ET

Please click here to register for the webinar.

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