Coporate & Securities

Michele Cobin Friedlander graduated from the University of California
Berkeley, and Loyola Law School.


The process of creating a corporation as a separate legal entity. Corporations can be formed under state laws in the United States.

Corporate Bylaws

Internal rules and regulations that govern the management and operation of the corporation.

Types of Corporations

Different jurisdictions may allow various types of corporations, such as C-corporations,


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Securities Regulation

  • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC): In the United States, the SEC is the primary regulatory body overseeing securities markets. It enforces securities laws and regulations to protect investors.
  • Initial Public Offerings (IPOs): The process by which a private company becomes publicly traded, offering its shares to the public for the first time.
  • Securities Act of 1933: This federal law regulates the issuance of securities, requiring companies to provide extensive disclosure to investors before selling securities.

Corporate Governance

  • Board of Directors: The board of directors is responsible for overseeing the management of the corporation. It consists of elected or appointed individuals who make strategic decisions on behalf of shareholders.
  • Shareholder Rights: Corporate law defines the rights and responsibilities of shareholders, including voting rights, dividend entitlements, and information access.
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