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SEC Issues Proposed Rules Amending Reg D

The SEC has issued proposed rules amending Regulation D and Form D. The proposed rules are deeply flawed in that they will substantially increase the cost and complexity for startups trying to raise money. How so? The proposed rules make … Continue reading

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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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JOBS Act – The Old Rules Still Apply

As we wrote last week, the most exciting provisions of the JOBS Act, at least for private companies–the repeal of the ban on general solicitation in all accredited offerings and crowdfunding–are not yet effective and won’t be effective until the … Continue reading

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My Favorite Part of the JOBS Act

There has been a lot of ink spilled about the JOBS Act, especially its “crowdfunding for securities” provisions. The JOBS Act is an exciting piece of legislation for the startup community. What is my favorite part of the Act? Section … Continue reading

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