Louis Rambo

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Louis Rambo is an associate in the Corporate Department and a member of the Capital Markets Group. He concentrates his practice on regulatory matters under the federal securities laws and advises companies on general corporate and transactional issues, including public disclosure, federal and state proxy requirements, debt and equity securities transactions, business combinations and corporate and board governance. Prior to joining the Firm, Louis served as an attorney in the division of corporation finance with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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On May 11, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Corporate Finance (the “Division”) released new Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (“C&DIs”) comprising the Division’s new interpretations of the proxy rules and Schedules 14A and 14C. The new C&DIs replace interpretations previously published in the Division’s Proxy Rules and Schedule 14A Manual of Publicly Available Telephone Interpretations  and the Division’s March 1999 Supplement to the Manual of Publicly Available Telephone Interpretations (“Telephone Interpretations”). Of interest…
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the SEC has issued dozens of subpoenas and information requests in connection with sales and pre-sales of initial coin offerings. As we have previously noted, the SEC Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit has been targeting ICOs in recent months, and the SEC has provided a number of public statements raising concerns regarding the ICO and cryptocurrency markets.  It now appears that the SEC’s regulatory efforts in this area…
On February 7, 2018, the New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) issued guidance for all virtual currency entities licensed by New York State regarding the prevention of market manipulation, fraud, and other wrongdoing. According to DFS, New York has granted four licenses and two charters to virtual currency businesses to date. In its guidance, DFS directed virtual currency entities to adopt measures that include, at a minimum, effective implementation of a written…
The SEC took two additional steps today in its regulation and oversight of the initial coin offering (“ICO”) and cryptocurrency markets. In the SEC’s latest action targeting an ICO, the SEC Enforcement Division’s new Cyber Unit intervened in an attempted ICO by Munchee, Inc., an online food review service with plans to build out its network on blockchain.  In its cease-and-desist order, the SEC found that the tokens offered by Munchee were securities, and…
In his remarks at a recent Practicing Law Institute program on securities regulation, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton once again addressed Initial Coin Offerings, or ICOs.  Mr. Clayton highlighted several issues in particular, including that in his view there is a lack of information about many online platforms that list and trade virtual coins or tokens offered and sold in ICOs, and that trading of tokens on these platforms is susceptible to price…
In his remarks at a recent Practicing Law Institute program on securities regulation, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton once again addressed Initial Coin Offerings, or ICOs.  Mr. Clayton highlighted several issues in particular, including that in his view there is a lack of information about many online platforms that list and trade virtual coins or tokens offered and sold in ICOs, and that trading of tokens on these platforms is susceptible to price…