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Questions From Adam Lieb, Founder of Duxter

The other day, Adam Lieb of Duxter and I had the chance to correspond with each other about the SEC’s now effective general solicitation rules and the SEC’s proposed rules regarding Regulation D and Form D.  Adam had a bunch of … Continue reading

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Come Talk To Greg Gottesman of Madrona

Greg Gottesman has graciously agreed to come talk to our breakfast meetup group. The date of the meetup is September 23rd. The meeting will start at 7:30 a.m. and end at 8:30 a.m., and will be held at our offices … 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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Innovation Up In Flames

Thanks to the SEC, you may inadvertently blow up your next company. Here is how it could happen. You come up with an idea. You talk to some friends about it. They convince you to apply to pitch at an … Continue reading

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Washington State Needs Its Own Crowdfunding Law

As you are probably well aware by now, Congress passed a federal crowdfunding law. This was really exciting, but the federal law is problematic for many, many reasons. What are the problems with the federal crowdfunding law? To name just … Continue reading

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