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The Troubles With The New Crowdfunding Law

Everyone is very excited about the new crowdfunding-for-securities law. Crowdfunding is a great idea–in concept. And now we have a new law which is about to make crowdfunding for securities a reality, at least in some sense. The trouble? The … Continue reading

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Accredited Crowdfunding

The SEC, Accredited Crowdfunding, And The Art Of Hair Splitting Summary of Remarks of Joe Wallin to Section 201 of the JOBS Act Given at a Presentation to the Angel Capital Association, Northwest Regional Meeting, held in Seattle, Washington, on … Continue reading

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5 Rules of the Road For Private Company Financings

The SEC Has New Rules: Please Click Here to See the Updated Information On Private Financings

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Loophole in Angel Investor Amendment: No 4-Year Review of Reg D “Accredited Investor” Definition After All?

by William Carleton, Joe Wallin and Marcus Williams Is there a loophole in the “Angel Investor Amendment” just passed this week by the Senate? If so, was it intended, or does it reflect a last-minute mistake? There are different definitions … Continue reading

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