This article discusses the risks companies who take advantage of the new general solicitation rules under Rule 506(c) face with potentially heavy regulatory burdens looming in the form of the SEC's additional proposed rule amendments to Rule 506(c).
Yesterday, July 10, the SEC announced final regulations finally allowing advertised Rule 506 offerings. It is a big change, because since 1933 private-placement offerings have not been allowed public advertising.
This article discusses the new general solicitation rule in relation to Rule 506 securities offerings promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission this week.
Proposed rules, issued concurrently with the final rules to lift the ban on general solicitation in Rule 506(c) offerings, could make advertising for investors less "free wheeling" than you might suppose.
.Managers who are organizing an investment fund (or even raising money for an operating company) at times want to make the investment more attractive to investors by adding provisions that require at least some payments to the investors before...
This article briefly discusses Washington state's recent efforts to adopt a state equity crowdfunding law pending the full legalization of nationwide equity crowdfunding, as well as the possibility of others states adopting their own equity...
Crowdfunding seems to be all the hype these days, but few articles choose to go into detail about what it actually means.
The investment crowdfunding exemption that eventually made its way into the 2012 JOBS Act is a mess. But there's a bill in the current session of the North Carolina General Assembly that does not repeat the mistake of the federal legislators.
Ted Wang's Series Seed equity financing documents are gaining real traction. The virtues of standardizing seed financing terms include the potential for lowering legal costs.
When might bankruptcy be the right course of action to take to eliminate securities violations? In this post, we will explore why this course of action was needed for Neogenix and how it might apply to your company.