Come join Crowdfund Insider along with two of the leading legal experts on the JOBS Act and have all of your questions answered regarding crowdfunding and how you may be able to raise funds for your company. Securities law can be more than a bit drab, but we promise to make this event interesting, educational and fun. There will be a one hour presentation, tons of Q&A on crowdfunding, plus plenty of beer, wine and great people. This event is being co-sponsored by the team at Return On Change.
We will be presenting on Equity Crowdfunding:
Title II: The new options surrounding 506(c) private placements and advertising.
Title III Retail Crowdfunding: What we expect on final rules from the SEC.
TItle IV: Reg A+ and how this new exemption may end up creating a unique opportunity for the small IPO market.
Our two presenters will be Sam Guzik and Georgia Quinnwho recently visited the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington DC and can share their unique insight on the status of final rules.
Who they are:
Sam Guzik is a securities attorney with over 35 years experience. He is a recognized authority on the JOBS Act and has published extensively on the subject in Crowdfund Insider as well as the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. Sam is a graduate of Cornell with a JD from Stanford University. He practices law at Guzik & Associates in Los Angeles, California.
Georgia Quinn is a Senior Associate at Seyfarth Shaw and has spent her career representing public and private companies as well as investment banks. Over the last year Georgia has led the crowdfunding iniative at her firm, having spoken on the topic in a variety of forums including the Crowdfund Global Expo and for the New York Bar Assocation. Georgia did her undergrad at NYU and JD at Columbia Law School. She is regular contributor for Crowdfund Insider.
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone interested in raising capital for their hot startup.
- Entrepreneurs who are already considering crowdfunding but want a better understanding of their options.
- Individuals who want to really understand what the JOBS Act is all about. Now.
- Companies raising capital ranging from $100,000 to over $1 million (up to $50 million under Reg A)
Space is limited so please be certain to RSVP today!
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Sign in and Register. Wine, Beer, and Hors d’oeuvre
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM Presentation on how startups can use crowdfunding for their business
8:30 PM – 9:00 PM Q&A session
9:00 PM – 9:30 PM Networking
Use Twitter Hashtag: #JOBSAct101