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Crowdfunding: Boon or Bust for Entrepreneurs and Investors?

On February 13, 2013 by Schnader

In April 2012, the JOBS Act was signed into law to change securities regulation to make it easier for early stage companies to raise capital from the public. Title III of the JOBS Act is known as the CROWDFUND Act and is intended to enable entrepreneurs to raise money by selling securities to non-accredited, non-sophisticated investors through funding portals on the internet. This Alert discusses the CROWDFUND Act and the effects it may have on entrepreneurs and investors.

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