Tag Archives: Title IV

Key Elements To A Successful Reg A+ Offering and Why DSTLD Is A “Perfect Fit”

Now I don’t usually use this blog to discuss particular crowdfunding offerings. However, after seeing a recent MSNBC piece on DSTLD, and their current Regulation A+ equity offering, I simply had to highlight their truly model story. I believe many … Continue reading

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To Disclose or Not To Disclose, That Is The Question

In connection with a private offering of securities the issuer will provide potential investors with some form of disclosure document. Regardless of what type of offering it is (e.g. Rule 506, Title III, Intrastate, or other private offering), the intent … Continue reading

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How Does Illinois’ Crowdfunding Law Stack Up To The Federal Options – A Comparative Summary

One of the questions I get asked most often is “how does the new Illinois crowdfunding exemption compare to the available Federal level crowdfunding options?” I love getting this question as it gives me a chance to really show why … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding: A look at 2015 and Beyond!

With it just turning 2016 and all, what better time to reflect on all the advancements made this year and to look ahead to all those still to come in 2016. If you follow this industry at all you know that … Continue reading

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Reg. A+ Fight Between The States And The SEC Rages On, But What Is The End Game?

As many of you know, since the release of the final Title IV (i.e. “Regulation A+”) rules earlier this year, Massachusetts and Montana have been have been vehemently contesting the provisions allowing for pre-emption of State regulation with respect to … Continue reading

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