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10 Common Questions Regarding General Solicitation

On September 23, 2013, startups are going to be able to generally solicit their securities offerings under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D. There are a couple of catches. If you generally solicit: 1) You cannot accept funds from any investor … Continue reading

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More Questions About Generally Solicited Offerings

If You Generally Solicit, Can You Go Back? Come September 23, 2013, companies are going to be able to generally solicit and generally advertise their private company securities offerings under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D. This is a big deal. … Continue reading

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Proposed Rules Just That, Proposed

A fundamental question that has been lingering for some time was answered recently by the Chair of the SEC, Mary Jo White. The question was, can a company start generally soliciting on September 23, 2013, and only comply with the … Continue reading

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Can I Generally Solicit Now?

Q: Can I generally solicit or generally advertise my offering before September 23, 2013? A: No. You can’t generally solicit or generally advertise your offering until September 23, 2013. Until September 23, 2013, general solicitation or general advertising of securities … Continue reading

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