Many businesses and individuals have accessed donation-based crowdfunding and many have raised funding through online crowdfunding portals open to accredited investors. The JOBS Act has now made it possible for startups to access Title III equity-based crowdfunding where investors do not have to be accredited.
Attorneys at Ross & Shulga are recognized legal experts on crowdfunding and have covered this topic extensively in presentations and seminars. We represent crowdfunding portals as well as startups seeking to raise capital using crowdfunding portals.
- Ongoing representation of AngelList, one of the major crowdfunding platforms, in all of its legal needs, including review and formation of investor funds
- Ongoing representation of Republic, a Title III registered crowdfunding platform, including as corporate counsel as well as in the process of FINRA registration and formation
- Representation of companies going through the Title III crowdfunding campaigns, including the preparation and filing of Form C with the SEC
You can learn more about crowdfunding by following the links to our Business Law Post blog articles.