Rule 415

Rule 415

Permits corporations to file a registration for securities they intend to issue in the future when market conditions are favorable. See: Shelf registration.

Rule 415

An SEC regulation allowing a publicly-traded company to register a new issue of stock and actually offer it at any time over a two-year period, subject to compliance with other appropriate regulations. This offering is covered by a single prospectus but may be offered to the public in different tranches. This practice is called shelf registration.

Rule 415

A 1982 SEC rule that permits corporations to register a security issue and then sell the securities piecemeal throughout a two-year period as conditions and needs warrant. See also shelf registration.
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Linda raises various objections to Doe's testimony: that it was impermissible character evidence barred by Federal Rule of Evidence 404(a); that it could not be admitted under Rule 415, which permits testimony of "similar acts" in sexual assault lawsuits; that it was unfairly prejudicial and thus barred by Rule 403 and that the portion of Doe's testimony relating to Russell's statements constituted inadmissible hearsay.
Sales of Common Stock, if any, under the ATM Program would be made by methods deemed to be an "at-the-market" offering as defined in Rule 415 promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, including sales made through The Nasdaq Stock Market or any other trading market for the Common Stock, sales to or through a market maker, or in privately negotiated transactions.
These sales would be made in the offerings as defined in Rule 415 of the US Securities Act.
The senior notes are being offered in a registered offering pursuant to Rule 415 under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.
"At-the-Market" offerings as defined in Rule 415 under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, include sales made directly on or through the NASDAQ Capital Market, or another market for the Company's common stock, and sales made through a market maker other than on and exchange or otherwise.
The trial and appellate courts upheld the search, as it was based on a suspected violation of law and also held that Rule 415 did not violate defendant's right to due process, to confront witnesses or assist in his own defense.
The issuance is pursuant to a Rule 415 shelf filing and the proceeds will be used for partial financing of Gilead's USD11.2bn acquisition of Pharmasset Inc, which was announced on 21 November 2011.
SEC Rule 415 limits the initial registration of Newco shares to between 30 percent and 35 percent of the total outstanding shares.
Rule 415 applies to civil cases in which a claim "is predicated on a party's alleged commission of conduct constituting an offense of sexual assault or child molestation ...
securities sales persuaded the SEC in 1982 to adopt both the current integrated disclosure system and shelf registration Rule 415.(164)
Just before Rattner got into the business, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued Rule 415, a landmark ruling that abolished the last vestige of fixed commissions dealing with investment banking.
Subject to customary closing conditions, the registered senior notes offering under Rule 415 of the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, will close on 5 December 2016.