Transacting Intrastate Business

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The Latest on Crowdfunding—Intrastate Intrigue

With all the constant chatter about Crowdfunding, I’ve come to realize that, as the three-year Halloween anniversary of my first post on Crowdfunding approaches, I was ahead of the curve on this one....more

Texas Adopts Intrastate Crowdfunding Exemption

On October 22, 2014, the Texas State Securities Board (the "TSSB") voted to formally adopt its proposed Rule 139.25, which provides an exemption from registration for intrastate securities offerings employing a limited...more

Recent SEC Interpretations Facilitate Intrastate Crowdfunding

The SEC has recently issued interpretations regarding Rule 147. This rule provides a safe harbor under Section 3(a)(11) of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, which exempts from federal registration securities offered...more

Blog: SEC Staff Issues CDI Regarding Use Of The Internet In Connection With Intrastate Offerings — How Feasible Is It?

The SEC staff has posted another new CDI regarding internet communications, this one advising how issuers may conduct intrastate offerings under Rule 147 and still use the internet to communicate offers. The question is...more

SEC Says Use IP Addresses to Control Intrastate Offerings

In a new CDI, the SEC indicates it may be possible to use IP addresses to control internet communications so that offers are made only in one state and qualify for the intrastate exemption under Rule 147. In Securities Act...more

Recent Developments for Intrastate Crowdfunding and Social Media Use

In June 2013, the N.C. House of Representatives approved HB 680, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (NC JOBS Act) by an overwhelming bipartisan vote of 103-1. Designed to utilize the “intrastate offering” exemption found...more

Crowdfunding: It’s Coming to Texas

In late April, the Texas Securities Board issued proposed regulations that would allow crowdfunding in intrastate transactions in Texas. The word on the street is that the proposed regulations will become final in August...more

Foreign Corporations Doing Business in California Must Qualify

You have or form a corporation in a state other than California. If the corporation wishes to do business in California, you must determine whether or not the proposed business activities will require that you “qualify” the...more

Legislature Imposes New Penalty On LLCs

As I discussed in this earlier post, “transacting intrastate business” is not the same as “doing business” in this state. Foreign corporations and limited liability companies must register with the Secretary of State if they...more

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