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Beth di Santo Featured in Newsweek® 2012 Leaders In Corporate Law

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Annually, the prominent news publication Newsweek® features an exclusive group of ten respected leaders or less in the area of corporate law in Florida. This elite group of corporate legal professionals was first researched by an in-house team with Newsweek® and then chosen to be a part of this special annual showcase. The showcase aims to highlight the extraordinary achievements and legal distinction of an exclusive group of corporate attorneys.  This year, corporate lawyer Beth A. di Santo was selected for inclusion in the 2012 Leaders in Corporate Law Showcase, proudly featured in the August 13 and 20, 2012 issues of Newsweek®. As a well-respected and nationally recognized attorney, Ms. di Santo was selected for her excellence and successes in the field of corporate law. As an attorney who focuses on representing both established and emerging businesses, being chosen for inclusion in this Showcase is a distinct honor and a noteworthy recognition in the career of a legal professional.

Newsweek Florida Top Attorneys

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Beth A. di Santo named to Florida Trend magazine’s Legal Elite

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Florida Trend magazine has named Beth Di Santo to Florida’s Legal Elite 2012 in Corporate and Securities Law. The ninth annual edition of Florida Legal Elite recognizes the most highly esteemed attorneys in the State. The finalists are selected by their peers and a panel of previous Legal Elite winners. The list consists of approximately 2% of the more than 67,000 active Florida Bar members who practice in Florida. To view Ms. di Santo’s profile, please follow this link:

Di Santo LLP Merges With Bowles Crow Lutzer & Newman LLP

Monday, June 4th, 2012

NEW YORK, NY AND MIAMI, FL (June 1, 2012) –The law firms of Di Santo LLP and Bowles Crow Lutzer & Newman LLP announced today that they will merge, creating an 11-attorney firm with national reach and cross-disciplinary expertise in corporate, real estate and commercial litigation. The merged firm will be named Di Santo Bowles Bruno & Lutzer LLP and will remain headquartered in New York and Miami, with additional offices in California and New Jersey.

For the full press release, click the link below:
Di Santo LLP, Bowles Crow Lutzer & Newman LLP Merger Announcement

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Di Santo Bowles Supports Tinderbox Music Festival

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Ron Barabas, entertainment attorney at Di Santo Bowles Bruno & Lutzer LLP, is representing Tinderbox Music Festival based in Brooklyn, New York.   Tinderbox Music Festival is an annual event showcasing a powerful and diverse lineup of established and emerging female artists producing innovative original music. Rooted in the vibrant New York City music scene, Tinderbox fosters community by providing opportunities to perform, collaborate, and connect.

Beth A. di Santo Named a Top 50 Entrepreneur by Business Leader Magazine

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Beth A. di Santo, Founder of LegalSync Inc. (, was recently selected as one of South Florida’s Top 50 Entrepreneurs by Business Leader Magazine.  LegalSync, an affiliate of Di Santo LLP, is an innovative legal services model designed specifically for entrepreneurs, start-ups and emerging companies.

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Ron Barabas Publishes Article Regarding Crowdsource Funding in The NYSBA Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Blog

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Ron Barabas, Entertainment Attorney at Di Santo LLP, recently published the following article: “Crowdfunding: Trends and Developments Impacting Entertainment Entrepreneurs” in The Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Blog.

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Crowdsource Funding Amendment to Securities Act for Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups Close to Passage in Congress

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

The concept of crowdsource funding via a securities offering is gaining support in both Houses of Congress. The current regulatory environment prohibits these types of securities offerings. The House of Representatives passed the “Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act” (H.R. 2930) on November 3, 2011. Shortly thereafter, the Senate proposed its own Bill “Democratizing Access to Capital Act (S.1791).” The objective is to create a new exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) that would allow entrepreneurs and start-up companies to accept investments in smaller increments from non-accredited investors. The Bills need to be reconciled and the legislative process will need to unfold. It is clear, however, that this movement is gaining momentum from both Congress and The White House. Assuming the amendment passes in one form or another, the crowdsource funding platform will significantly impact the ability for entrepreneurs and start-ups to obtain financing.

The Future Looks Bright For South Florida Life Sciences & Technology Start-Ups

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

South Florida’s future as a biotech hub got considerably brighter on Tuesday, when the University of Miami officially dedicated its ambitious Life Science & Technology Park, a new endeavor UM President Donna E. Shalala called “a game-changer” for Miami, the state of Florida, and beyond. “The launch of LegalSync (an affiliate of Di Santo LLP that provides legal solutions to start-up companies) is well-timed given the burgeoning start-up community in South Florida. We anticipate that the efforts of the University of Miami will create an outstanding platform for innovation in South Florida,” said Beth A. di Santo.

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Beth A. Di Santo to speak at “Supporting Startups From The Ground Up” event hosted by E-Factor, the world’s largest community of entrepreneurs.

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

With the US financial crisis, small business and startups have become an imperative part of bringing the economy back to its stealth. Yet, with many bank, cash and credit regulations, startups and small businesses have not been able to grow and expand as fast as they potentially can.

Organizations and movements like Startup Exemption are advocating for a solution – crowdfunding. It is a way to allow Americans to choose, invest in small business in their communities. Sherwood Neiss from Startup Exemption, Beth Di Santo, Managing Partner, Di Santo LLP, and Ricardo Weisz, Founder/President of NorthVest Company, will share their expertise on:

* How to get involved in funding startups and what are the necessary tools?
* What are some new ways to support small businesses in your local communities or in other states?
* What are important components to a startup that is worth investing?
* How to take an idea, grow it into a company, then expand all the way to revenue stage?

Julia Cheng invited by Cardozo School of Law’s Cyberlaw Society to speak on career paths in cyberlaw.

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

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