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Mr. Ronald N. Vance graduated from McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, in Sacramento, California, and has practiced business and securities law since 1981. After receiving his Juris Doctorate in 1980, he was admitted to the California State Bar and was also admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1981. He began his career in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he developed expertise in the fields of corporate and securities law. Mr. Vance is licensed in the States of Utah and California.After working for several years with Reynolds & Moxley, a small boutique law firm focused on securities and natural resources offerings, Mr. Vance started his own firm representing small and mid-size private and publicly held companies, their officers and directors.Mr.  Vance  focuses  principally  on  smaller  reporting  companies  and  assists  them  in  their compliance, transactional, and fund raising activities. He has represented his clients in their registration  statements,  including  Forms  S-1,  S-8,  and  10, PIPE  transactions,  private placements,  reverse  mergers,  and  compliance  with  the  reporting  requirements  of  the Securities  Exchange  Act  of  1934,  including  Forms  10-Q,  10-K  and  8-K  and  the  proxy requirements  of  Section  14.  Moreover,  Mr.  Vance  represents  both target  and  acquiring companies   in   reverse   mergers   and   forward   mergers,   including   preparation   of   deal documents  such  as  Merger  Agreements,  Stock  Purchase  Agreements,  Asset  Purchase Agreements   and   Reorganization   Agreements.   Mr.   Vance   prepares   the   necessary documentation  and  assists  in  completing  the  requirements  of  federal  and  state  securities laws  and  SROs  such  as  FINRA  and DTC,  for  corporate  changes  such as name  changes, reverse and forward splits and change of domicile. He also assists clients  with their  filings under Section 16(a) of the Exchange Act (Forms 3, 4, and 5) and Section 13(d) (Schedules 13D and 13G). He also assists publicly held clients in developing adequate and appropriate corporate governance policies and guidelines.Mr.  Vance  is  well  regarded  in  his  field  and  has  built  lasting  relationships  with  clients  and corporate professionals alike, including accounting and auditing professionals. His approach to   client   representation   is   focused   on   assisting   them   through the   myriad   of   legal requirements associated with being a public company, including preventing problems before they arise and complying with ongoing changes in the legal field.After many  years as a solo practitioner,  Mr. Vance hired Brian Higley and Gregory Lyle to assist in serving the growing number of clients. He is also well-served by his legal assistant, Jamie Lloyd, who has many years of experience in the securities law field.Mr. Vance is a member of the Utah and California Bar Associations and the ABA committee on Federal Securities Regulations.

Mr.  Vance  focuses  principally  on  smaller  reporting  companies  and  assists  them  in  their compliance, transactional, and fund raising activities. He has represented his clients in their registration  statements,  including  Forms  S-1,  S-8,  and  10, PIPE  transactions,  private placements,  reverse  mergers,  and  compliance  with  the  reporting  requirements  of  the Securities  Exchange  Act  of  1934,  including  Forms  10-Q,  10-K  and  8-K  and  the  proxy requirements  of  Section  14.  Moreover,  Mr.  Vance  represents  both target  and  acquiring companies   in   reverse   mergers   and   forward   mergers,   including   preparation   of   deal documents  such  as  Merger  Agreements,  Stock  Purchase  Agreements,  Asset  Purchase Agreements   and   Reorganization   Agreements.   Mr.   Vance   prepares   the   necessary documentation  and  assists  in  completing  the  requirements  of  federal  and  state  securities laws  and  SROs  such  as  FINRA  and DTC,  for  corporate  changes  such as name  changes, reverse and forward splits and change of domicile. He also assists clients  with their  filings under Section 16(a) of the Exchange Act (Forms 3, 4, and 5) and Section 13(d) (Schedules 13D and 13G). He also assists publicly held clients in developing adequate and appropriate corporate governance policies and guidelines.Mr.  Vance  is  well  regarded  in  his  field  and  has  built  lasting  relationships  with  clients  and corporate professionals alike, including accounting and auditing professionals. His approach to   client   representation   is   focused   on   assisting   them   through the   myriad   of   legal requirements associated with being a public company, including preventing problems before they arise and complying with ongoing changes in the legal field.

Mr.  Vance  is  well  regarded  in  his  field  and  has  built  lasting  relationships  with  clients  and corporate professionals alike, including accounting and auditing professionals. His approach to   client   representation   is   focused   on   assisting   them   through the   myriad   of   legal requirements associated with being a public company, including preventing problems before they arise and complying with ongoing changes in the legal field.

After many  years as a solo practitioner,  Mr. Vance hired Brian Higley and Gregory Lyle to assist in serving the growing number of clients. He is also well-served by his legal assistant, Jamie Lloyd, who has many years of experience in the securities law field.

Mr. Vance is a member of the Utah and California Bar Associations and the ABA committee on Federal Securities Regulations.

Ronald N. Vance, Esq.
Mr. Ronald N. Vance graduated from McGeorge School of Law, U
niversity of the Pacific, in
Sacramento, California, and has practiced business and securitie
s law since 1981. After
receiving his Juris Doctorate in 1980, he was admitted to th
e California State Bar and was
also admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1981. He began h
is career in Salt Lake City, Utah,
where he developed expertise in the fields of corporate an
d securities law. Mr. Vance is
licensed in the States of Utah and California.After working
for several years with Reynolds &
Moxley, a small boutique law firm focused on securities and
natural resources offerings, Mr.
Vance started his own firm representing small and mid-size priva
te and publicly held
companies, their officers and directors.
Mr. Vance focuses principally on smaller reporting companies and
assists them in their
compliance, transactional, and fund raising activities. He
has represented his clients in their
registration statements, including Forms S-1, S-8, and 10,
PIPE transactions, private
placements, reverse mergers, and compliance with the reporting
requirements of the
Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including Forms 10-Q, 10-K and
8-K and the proxy
requirements of Section 14. Moreover, Mr. Vance represents both
target and acquiring
companies in reverse mergers and forward mergers, including prepa
ration of deal
documents such as Merger Agreements, Stock Purchase Agreements, Asset Pu
rchase
Agreements and Reorganization Agreements. Mr. Vance prepares t
he necessary
documentation and assists in completing the requirements of
federal and state securities
laws and SROs such as FINRA and DTC, for corporate changes such
as name changes,
reverse and forward splits and change of domicile. He also assi
sts clients with their filings
under Section 16(a) of the Exchange Act (Forms 3, 4, and 5) an
d Section 13(d) (Schedules
13D and 13G). He also assists publicly held clients in devel
oping adequate and appropriate
corporate governance policies and guidelines.
Mr. Vance is well regarded in his field and has built lastin
g relationships with clients and
corporate professionals alike, including accounting and audit
ing professionals. His approach
to client representation is focused on assisting them through
the myriad of legal
requirements associated with being a public company, includi
ng preventing problems before
they arise and complying with ongoing changes in the lega
l field.
After many years as a solo practitioner, Mr. Vance hired Brian Hig
ley and Gregory Lyle to
assist in serving the growing number of clients. He is also we
ll-served by his legal assistant,
Jamie Lloyd, who has many years of experience in the securit
ies law field.
Mr. Vance is a member of the Utah and California Bar Associatio
ns and the ABA committee
on Federal Securities Regulations.