Air Industries to sell $7M in stock to boost liquidity

Alon Kapen, a securities lawyer at Farrell Fritz in Uniondale, said that Air Industries’ disclosures about internal financial controls brings into question the accuracy of...

Founders’ agreements can help partners avoid messy breakups

You must recognize each founder usually brings unique skills and value to a company, says Farrell Fritz law Alon Kapen, a partner in emerging companies...

Letters to the WSJ Editor; Outgoing SEC Chair White Will Be Missed

Alon Kapen wrote a letter to the editor of The Wall Street Journal regarding the departure of the SEC Chair, Mary Jo White.  The letter was...

Digital Donations plans $13 million IPO by shareholders

Digital Donations Technologies Inc., whose digital crowdfunding systems help nonprofits raise money, has filed government documents for an initial public offering to sell up to...

eGifter plans to raise up to $11 million from investors

“This is the future of capital raising,” said Alon Kapen, a corporate attorney at Uniondale-based law firm Farrell Fritz, which is not involved in the...

Three key factors to Kickstarter success, study finds

Starting May 16, entrepreneurs will have an additional avenue to raise money. They’ll be able to solicit up to $1 million a year in investments...

Cemtrex sees Nasdaq listing as springboard for growth

“Listing on Nasdaq has a certain implied stability,” said Alon Kapen, a partner at the Uniondale law firm Farrell Fritz who counsels entrepreneurs and emerging...

SMALL BUSINESS: Tapping into THE CROWD Public funding offers new investment sources, but at a cost

Alon Kapen was quoted in a Newsday article SMALL BUSINESS: Tapping into THE CROWD Public funding offers new investment sources, but at a cost regarding new federal...

Farrell Fritz: Joining in the effort to build Long Island’s innovation economy

Attorney Advertising - Long Island Business News A partner in Farrell Fritz’s corporate department, Alon Y. Kapen leads the firm’s emerging companies & venture capital...

LI Focus State of Affairs: Should your business incorporate in Delaware, Nevada or Wyoming?

Reprinted with permission from Long Island Business News, May 15-21, 2015 | Vol. 62 | No. 21