Gunster's securities law & corporate governance practice

On March 31, the SEC adopted rule amendments to implement inflation adjustments relating to “emerging growth company” status under the JOBS Act.  The amendments:

  • Raise from $1 billion to $1.07 billion the threshold for qualifying as an emerging growth company; and
  • Change the cover pages of various registration and reporting forms relating to EGC status. The forms in question include Forms 10, 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K under the Exchange Act and Forms S-1, S-2 and S-3 under the Securities Act.

Please contact David Scileppi or Bob Lamm if you have any questions.

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Gunster, Florida’s law firm for business, provides full-service legal counsel to leading organizations and individuals from its 13 offices statewide. Established in 1925, the firm has expanded, diversified and evolved, but always with a singular focus: Florida and its clients’ stake in it. A magnet for business-savvy attorneys who embrace collaboration for the greatest advantage of clients, Gunster’s growth has not been at the expense of personalized service but because of it. The firm serves clients from its offices in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Palm Beach, Stuart, Tallahassee, Tampa, The Florida Keys, Vero Beach, Winter Park, and its headquarters in West Palm Beach. With more than 190 attorneys and 200 committed support staff, Gunster is ranked among the National Law Journal’s list of the 500 largest law firms and has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Diverse Law Firms by Law360. More information about its practice areas, offices and insider’s view newsletters is available at

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