The Jump-Start Our Business Start-Ups Act Exemptions

The Jump-Start Our Business Start-Ups Act is a United States federal law enacted in 2012 to increase start-up companies' access to capital by easing certain restrictions on seeking and soliciting private... more +
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CFTC Publishes Long-Awaited JOBS Act Relief

The staff of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) published a no-action letter on September 9, 2014 (available here) that permits certain commodity pool operators (CPOs) to conduct general solicitation in private...more

SEC’s Proposed Rules on “Regulation A-Plus” Indicate a Streamlined Vehicle for Raising up to $50 Million in Capital

Proposed federal rules released on December 18 may have the effect of making it quicker, less expensive and more worthwhile for businesses to raise up to $50 million in capital under a once-obscure and seldom-used...more

Integration Issues Under The JOBS Act

The integration doctrine must be considered when an issuer conducts multiple offerings in a short period of time. If applicable, multiple offerings are collapsed to determine if a safe harbor or exemption still applied. ...more

SEC Proposes New Rules for Crowdfunding Exemption

On October 23, the Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously to propose new rules that would permit companies to offer and sell securities through “crowdfunding.” Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups...more

Finally, SEC Adopts Regulation to Permit General Solicitation in 506 Offerings—Worth the Wait?

Yesterday, the SEC adopted its final rules to eliminate the prohibition on general solicitation in Rule 506 Offerings as well as rules that prohibit certain “bad actors” from relying on Rule 506 exemptions. As detailed in my...more

SEC Issues Frequently Asked Questions on Exemption from Broker-Dealer Registration Under the JOBS Act

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Trading and Markets has issued Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that provide guidance on the exemption from broker-dealer registration in Section 201(c) of the Jumpstart...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - February 8, 2013

In this issue: - ISS Announces ISS Governance QuickScore to Replace GRId - Petitioners File Opening Brief Challenging SEC’s Conflict Minerals Rule - SEC Roundtable Discusses Decimalization and Tick Sizes -...more

New FAQs On Broker-Dealer Registration Exemption

On February 5, 2013, the SEC released FAQs regarding Section 201 of the JOBS Act, which offers a new limited exemption from broker-dealer registration....more

Focus on Securities - Will Canada Make Room for Crowdfunding?

In This Issue: - 1. Will Canada Make Room for Crowdfunding? - 2. Contact Us Excerpt From “Will Canada Make Room for Crowdfunding?” When the U.S. recently changed its securities laws to enable...more

JOBS Act Has Implications for Private Company D&O Liability Insurance

On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (commonly referred to as the "JOBS Act"), which was designed to promote job creation by small companies and start-ups through the...more

The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding

On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the “Act”), a wide-ranging legislative response to the private sector which repeatedly voiced concerns regarding the existence of...more

Crowdfunding: Weighing the Opportunities, Risks

On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the "JOBS Act." The acronym (for “Jumpstarting Our Business Startups”) is a little misleading, as the Act has less to do with jobs, per se, than with easing regulatory...more

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