Tag Archives: crowdfunding

General Solicitation and Startups

Practical Law Company has just published a resource, General Solicitation and Startup Capital Raising. The work is a collaboration between me and Lauren Hakala, Editor at Practical Law Company. Lauren was incredible to work with. I feel fortunate to have … Continue reading

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Is Sitting The New Smoking?

In the United States, we watch televised dancing competitions in a sedentary state of hypnotic bliss, giving little thought to the implications. However, two studies published in the October issue of The British Journal of Sports Medicine have concluded that each … Continue reading

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A TALE OF THREE EXEMPTIONS

The law of private company fund raising is getting more complex and varied by the day.  The SEC has now issued its draft Title III crowdfunding rules…all 568 pages of them. I have put together the below table to help … Continue reading

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“Demo Days” and General Solicitation

I’ve been writing an article on general solicitation, a long one, and doing a lot of research.  As part of that, I found the attached SEC No-Action letter that I wanted to share with everyone, because it directly hits on … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Obstacles

If you are still digesting the 585 pages of rule changes on crowdfunding the SEC dropped last week, don’t worry, you are not alone. Folks are still processing all of the rules the SEC issued in July, which means if … Continue reading

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