In chemistry, an endpoint is the conclusion of a chemical reaction. In particular, in a titration, it is the point at which no further titrant should be added — usually indicated by a colour change in an indicator or some other measurable change.
In a research trial, a clinical endpoint refers to a disease, symptom, or sign that constitutes one of the target outcomes of the trial.
In brand management, Endpoint is the name of a UK based implementation agency, part of the Visual Identity Management Group.
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Roger D. Shearer is a resident of Latham, New York, and is the President of Priority and Endpoint.
Priority, Endpoint and Shearer violated Sections 5(a) and 5(c) of the Securities Act because the stock they offered and sold over the Internet was not registered with the Commission and was not exempt from registration.
The registration exemption in Rule 504 of Regulation D was also inapplicable to both offerings because Priority and Endpoint did not limit the offerings to accredited investors, did not register the offerings with any state, and used general solicitation and general advertising in connection with the offerings.
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