"Reg D Offerings: What Is Happening Now"

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]


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Joe Wallin article:

- General Solicitation & Start-Up Capital Raising   

Joe Bartlett articles:

- The Hair on the Bad Actor Regulations
- Reasonable Steps to Verify Accredited Investor Status
- Rewards-Based Crowdfunding   

Over the past year, there have been big changes afoot in the wake of the SEC's new Reg D rules. This webcast will provide a "bring-down" of what's happening now, what are the open issues and how are practitioners handling them — as well as provide practical guidance about what you should be doing. Join:

Join these experts:

  • Joe Bartlett, Special Counsel, McCarter & English LLP
  • Bonnie Roe, Partner, Cohen Gresser LLP
  • Joe Wallin, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Among the topics of this program are:

  • What are companies — and bankers — doing now in the wake of the SEC's new rules? What are the latest market practices — and where are we headed?
  • What novel things are companies doing now ahead of an offering to facilitate marketing their deal?
  • What interps — and types of comments — have the SEC Staff issued in the wake of the new rules? What can we expect going forward?


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