Category Archives: Startup Law

President Obama Proposes to Expand and Make Permanent Zero Capital Gains on Small Business Investments

By Dan Wright (Principal at Clark Nuber), and Karlyn Kurokawa (Associate at Clark Nuber) On January 31, 2012, President Obama sent a Startup America Legislative Agenda to Congress that included a proposal to “expand and make permanent zero capital gains on small business … Continue reading

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The President Favors Crowdfunding, But Is It Good Enough?

By Joe Wallin and Christina Chan The President is in favor of crowdfunding, and is “calling for a national framework that allows entrepreneurs and small businesses to raise capital through crowdfunding. (See the President’s proposal here).  This is exciting news … Continue reading

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Fun Happenings

Several really good pieces of reading today on the web about startup law and how it might change for the better. First, Eric Koester writes a great piece for Xconomy about his testimony before Congress. Eric nails it with his … Continue reading

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News Coverage Of The SEC’s Pronouncement That It Is Reviewing Startup Company Stock Offerings

Good news coverage of the SEC news today. Continue reading

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Startup America Suggestion of the Day–Watch This Video

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