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How To Prepare A Client To Go Public

Law360, New York (September 19, 2013, 2:38 PM EDT) -- Conducting an initial public offering is a complicated process that requires careful planning, and a number of operational and legal actions must take place well before the preparation and filing of a registration statement.

Key actions required in preparing for an IPO include determining the internal company team and outside advisors that will assist with the offering and related transactions, gathering the information and documentation that will be necessary for the due diligence process and for preparing the registration statement and related filings, implementing legal, operational and corporate governance changes that are necessary or desirable for conducting the IPO, and preparing...

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