Willcox, Buyck & Williams, P.A. explains whether or not initial coin offerings can be regulated as securities.

Can Initial Coin Offerings Be Regulated as Securities?

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to warn investors of the risks of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). On its website, the SEC encourages investors, securities lawyers, accountants, and other professionals to read the Investigative Report issued by the SEC in 2017 concluding that some tokens are securities. If you are unfamiliar with ICOs and […]

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Mergers and Acquisitions 101

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are very specific types of business law. M&As transactions may include small family-owned companies or small partnerships to large corporations. No matter what size business you may own, a South Carolina mergers and acquisitions lawyer can be very helpful before, during, and after a merger or acquisition. Below are five common […]

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Common Issues in Derivative Lawsuits

When you invest your money in a company, you expect a positive return on your investment. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. A corporation may suffer harm for a variety of reasons, which can cause a shareholder’s investment to become risky. South Carolina and federal laws give shareholders certain rights they can exercise to […]

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What is Piercing the Corporate Veil?

One of the main reasons why many individuals choose to incorporate or to form an LLC is to limit their personal liability for business debts and obligations. However, there are cases in which a party may pursue an owner’s personal assets and income for company debt. A South Carolina corporate attorney can help ensure that […]

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Three Things You Didn’t Know About Employee Handbooks

Employee handbooks can be useful tools for employers to define policies and procedures. A well-drafted employee handbook can proactively address many of the issues that arise in the workplace. A concise, effective employee handbook may avoid disputes and lawsuits. However, employers can run into problems if they do not seek legal guidance from a South […]

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Is South Carolina Business Friendly?

Deciding what state to form your business is one that should be given careful consideration. This decision can impact your businesses from day one, on. For residents of South Carolina, forming your business in South Carolina may seem the natural choice. For residents of other states, South Carolina may not even come to mind. However, […]

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