Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c40554) has announced the addition of US IPOs on the London Alternative Investment Market With Gary Benton of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP (Video Leadership Seminars) to their offering
The goal of this Video Leadership Seminar(TM) is to provide executives with critical information about US IPOs on the London Alternative Investment Market (AIM). The DVD is viewable on any computer or Video iPod and features 60 minutes of live video with Gary Benton of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP sharing his best practices on going public in a foreign market. The Video Leadership Seminar(TM) provides essential information for executives about getting a US IPO into a market abroad and exactly what it takes to have success.
Topics covered in the Video Leadership Seminar(TM) include: 1) A seasoned attorney's perspective on US IPOs in a foreign market; 2) The difference between going public in the US vs. abroad; 3) Laws that govern the situation; 4) Step by step guide for going public on London's AIM; 5) Specific negotiation strategies; 6) Case Studies of specific situations and what you should learn from them.
About Gary Benton: Mr. Benton advises U.S. and foreign companies on corporate, commercial and technology law issues. His work includes corporate formation, corporate structuring, venture capital financing, international contracting, technology transactions, M&A, U.S. and foreign IPOs, corporate governance, and other strategic U.S. and international business law matters. He has significant experience with respect to cross-border investments, international commercial sales, licensing, marketing and distribution transactions, and Internet multi-jurisdiction commerce issues. Mr. Benton is qualified to practice law as both a U.S. lawyer and an English solicitor. He is trained as a corporate lawyer and a litigation/international arbitration lawyer. He serves regularly as an Arbitrator in international investment and technology law arbitrations. Mr. Benton provides strategic counseling to a broad array of companies ranging from Silicon Valley startups to U.S. and foreign-based Global 100 companies. He represents technology companies headquartered in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and advises numerous U.S. and foreign venture investors on U.S. and offshore investment opportunities. He advises a number of multinational technology and telecommunications companies on their global legal requirements and has managed multi-jurisdictional teams servicing those clients. He has advised several multinational governmental and trade organizations on international business and technology issues.
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