Harter Secrest & Emery Advises VerifyMe, Inc. on $8.75 Million Bought Deal Public Offering of Common Stock

Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, recently represented VerifyMe, Inc. (Nasdaq:VRME) in a $8.75 million bought deal public offering of common stock. As part of the deal, VerifyMe, Inc. also granted the underwriters (Maxim Group) a 45-day option to purchase up to an additional 247,500 shares of common stock. The offering closed on February 12, 2021.

VerifyMe, Inc., headquartered in Rochester, NY, is a technology solutions provider specializing in brand protection functions such as counterfeit prevention, authentication, serialization, track and trace features for labels, packaging and products.

The HSE Securities and Capital Markets team for the transaction included Alexander R. McClean, C. Christopher Murillo, Ryan A. Whelpley, and Mary C. Hamilton.

Harter Secrest & Emery is recognized as a leader in the securities and capital markets industry. With 10 attorneys devoted to practicing securities and capital markets law in western New York state, we bring a depth and breadth of experience unmatched in the region. The firm has represented issuers and underwriters in over 60 public offerings, with clients ranging from businesses seeking start-up capital to Fortune 500 companies. The firm’s securities practitioners assist clients with private and public offerings of securities, ongoing regulatory compliance and reporting, proxy solicitations, tender offers, and securities litigation and arbitration before the Securities and Exchange Commission, NYSE, Nasdaq, FINRA, and state and federal courts. 

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