Category Archives: Public Policy

Is Title III Equity Crowdfunding Going to Work?

I was invited to appear on HuffPost TV the other day, to talk about crowdfunding. The conversation quickly turned into a discussion of the potential negatives of crowdfunding, and the risks. Then there was this article in Salon, with the … Continue reading

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Meetup Thoughts Regarding Proposed Reg D and Form D Rules

At a meetup yesterday, someone asked me to comment on the proposed SEC rules regarding Reg D and Form D. Here is what I jotted down on the spot as comments someone could submit to the SEC: (1) The spirit … Continue reading

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What Is The Single Worst Change In the Proposed SEC Rules?

  What is the worst thing about the SEC’s proposed rules? Is it the requirement that lengthy legends be prominently displayed on all written general solicitation material? Nah. We can live with this requirement. Is it the requirement to file … Continue reading

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