Rule 506(b) is the most commonly used securities exemption for private companies. This post compiles some best practices for conducting a 506(b) offering in a bullet-pointed list for easy reference.
Companies raising capital using Rule 506(c) have several options as to how to verify whether their investors’ are indeed “accredited investors.” This post describes some of the options companies have.
Rewards-based crowdfunding sites, such as Kickstarter and IndieGoGo, have become a common way to fund new ventures. This post describes the common legal pitfalls and the steps to take to alleviate those pitfalls.
Startups that understand their obligations under privacy laws can reduce the likelihood of liability and ultimately compete more effectively by earning a reputation for protecting their customers.
Recently, the SEC publicized an in-depth investigative report which determined that initial coin offerings are subject to securities regulation. This post provides an update on this rapidly-developing area.