SeedInvest general counsel Kiran Lingam and Cooley, LLP partner Jim Fulton recently took part in a panel hosted by General Assembly. The goal was to wrap some perspective around the changes coming with Title II of the JOBS Act and general solicitation for offerings under rule 506(c) of Regulation D. This is an excellent primer on how these changes affect fundraising efforts for entrepreneurs. Any entrepreneur interested in generally soliciting would be well-served by watching this video.
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