Crowdfunding Rules, Regs and Requirements

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Course Description

This course was recorded October 19th, 2016

This course will cover Regulation Crowdfunding under Title III of the JOBS Act. We will cover the process for conducting crowdfunding offerings and the requirements for issuers and funding portals. We will discuss certain of the pros and cons of Regulation Crowdfunding offerings and briefly compare them to alternative private offerings.



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  • Rebecca H. Forest
    Rebecca Forest focuses on securities law, corporate finance and general corporate and commercial transactions, including structuring and preparing documentation for both public and private offerings, negotiating and completing mergers and stock and asset acquisitions and sales, divestitures and reorganizations, employment matters, franchise matters and negotiating and drafting various corporate and commercial contracts for both start up and established businesses. Rebecca also has assisted private clients in capital raising, including negotiating and structuring financing transactions in compliance with federal and state securities laws and has advised publicly held clients in the Exchange Act reporting and corporate governance matters. Rebecca has over 20 years legal experience counseling both private and public business clients in a wide range of business-related legal matters.

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      • 2 General Credits
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    1. Background of Private Offering Exemptions
    2. Regulation Crowdfunding from the issuer perspective
    3. Pros and Cons of the exemption
    4. Application Requirements for Funding Portals
    5. Obligations of Funding Intermediaries

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