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A recent article Risky Business: More IPOs Could Lead to More Litigation published via This Is Real Law takes an-depth look at the principals behind an IPO and how Title I of the JOBS Act significantly changed the IPO playbook, creating a new category of issuer called an emerging growth company (EGC) and rewriting the rules for EGC IPOs.
Since the JOBS Act was passed in April, 2013, the pace of IPOs has shown marked improvement, but as more and more companies list under provisions of the JOBS Act, the risk of securities litigation or enforcement actions could increase substantially.
While the below Infographic makes a compelling case, what do you think? Is filing an IPO under the JOBS Act worth the risks involved?
Article Risky Business: More IPOs Could Lead to More Litigation courtesy of This Is Real Law
How the JOBS Act Boosted the IPO Market (Infographic) courtesy of Entrepreneur Media, Inc.