The coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve at a rapid pace. We understand that this is a difficult and unsettling time for our clients and colleagues. In response to new guidance issued by government authorities encouraging social distancing in an effort to reduce rates of transmission of the virus, Stradling is implementing an optional work-from-home program in all of our offices starting Tuesday, March 17. We believe taking this step will keep our people safe while maximizing our ability to service our clients’ needs.
Stradling shareholder, Mark Skaist, appeared on the "Critical Mass For Business Radio Series" to discuss some of the latest SEC rules and regulations that many CEO's and executives of middle market companies need to know for raising capital.
Mark Skaist, co-chair of Stradling's corporate law practice, discusses how the JOBS Act makes it easier for companies to raise money in the November issue of Smart Business.
Stradling shareholders Mark Skaist and Timothy O'Brien were published in the Orange County Business Journal Cleantech supplement.
In the article "Meet the Influencers of Cleantech in Orange County" Mark Skaist interviewed key industry executives and thought leaders, including Mike Hammans, Partner at SAIL Capital Partners, Taylor Honrath, Director of CleanTech OC, and fellow Stradling shareholder Timothy O'Brien, about the Cleantech landscape in Orange County as well as what the future holds for Cleantech in Orange County.
Stradling shareholders Marc Schneider and Mark Skaist were featured in the Orange County Business Journal article "Backdoor Listings: Seven Factors to Consider Before "Shell"ing Out."
Corporate shareholder Mark Skaist was published in the Orange County Business Journal article "Finding Funds for Your Cleantech Startup: Five Tips to Make Your Startup Stand out in the Crowd."