Blog Posts

December 9, 2016
A No-B.S. Guide to Crowdfunding

Crowdfund Your Business in Less than One Month! Introduction to Crowdfunding Crowdfunding campaigns tend to look like sexy, overnight successes, but rarely are the successful ones so effortless. What I’m about to say sounds dumb—so dumb that I’m reluctant to have to even say it—but a lot of folks call thinking that crowdfunding is easy […]

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October 28, 2016
Crowdfunding vs Syndication

The Difference Between Syndication and Crowdfunding Syndication and crowdfunding are terms that have been used interchangeably within the last decade, and their concepts and meaning have become increasingly blurred. However, whereas syndication focuses on funding relationships and structure between the funder and funded, crowdfunding is a method of finding investors (or backers) with the cornerstone […]

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September 30, 2016
When You Use a Bomb to Swat a Fly: A Response to the Proposal to Ban SAFEs in Crowdfunding

This article originally appeared on CrowdfundInsider This article is a response to the draft paper referenced in the article entitled “Crowdfunding and the Not-So-Safe SAFE” authored by Joseph M. Green and John F. Coyle. There are many so words to describe my thoughts about the paper: patronizing, impractical, misguided—but mostly, unfortunate. One might attribute the recommendations of […]

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September 16, 2016
Why “Special Purpose Entities” Are So Special

This article was originally published at As securities attorneys, we’ve been getting a fair amount of questions lately on special purposes entities (SPEs), also known as special purpose vehicles (SPVs). What are they? What do they do? Should I choose an SPE over an LLC? (That last one is my favorite). First, to nip […]

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August 3, 2016
First Month of Title III Equity Crowdfunding

We’ve hit the one month mark since Title III became effective on May 16, 2016, and are just starting to see the first data points of this new industry. Here are some juicy statistics: In the first 30 days of the filing’s becoming effective, 40 companies have become issuers using Title III (as of the […]

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August 3, 2016
Progress Report: A Year of Regulation A+

Regulation A+ which revamped the old Regulation A, became effective on June 19, 2015—just over a year ago. Here’s what we’ve seen in the past year: Statistics: Approximately 105 publicly-filed Regulation A+ filings to date, with approximately 44 of those filings qualified by the SEC. 16 of those offerings are actively selling today. On average, […]

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