Monthly Archives: May 2012

Avoiding Problems with Investor Questionnaires

Investor questionnaires are crucial for private placement offerings.  Each type of offering has its own requirements for investors.  An offering company must have a reasonable belief that the potential investors meet those requirements.  That determination must be made before the … Continue reading

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Cleaning Up Past Offerings to Investors

(For prior articles, including on the new JOBS Act that allows Rule 506 advertising and crowdfunding, see http://thecaliforniasecuritiesattorneys.com/.)   Many offerings to investors require that forms be filed with one or more securities agencies within 15 days of the first … Continue reading

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How Offerors Can Act Regarding the JOBS Act

In the prior two pieces I discussed how the “Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act” (the JOBS Act) requires the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC0 to adopt new regulations to allow public advertising of Rule 506 offerings and to allow crowdfunding.  … Continue reading

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