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Crowdfunding represents the most fundamental change to the U.S. securities laws since the Great Depression and is re-defining how companies raise capital.” 

Crowdfunding is simple:  it’s just the Internet.”- Mark Roderick, Shareholder.

Crowdfunding began with the JOBS Act of 2012. Ever since, lawyers at Flaster Greenberg have played a leading role as trusted advisors, educators, and thought leaders.

Our lawyers are featured at Crowdfunding events across the country, from New York to Chicago to Texas to California. As attorneys, we represent:

  • Crowdfunding Portals
  • Brokers and Dealers
  • Issuers
  • Investors
  • Consultants
  • Other Participants in Crowdfunding Ecosystem

For a wealth of information about Crowdfunding and related topics, visit our Crowdfunding blog. Or schedule a call with Mr. Roderick by contacting his assistant, Kim Dominiano, at kim.dominiano@flastergreenberg.com or (856) 382-3304.

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Three “Flavors” of Crowdfunding

Title II Crowdfunding
  • Unlimited advertising to everyone
  • Sales to accredited investors only
  • Must verify that investors are accredited
  • Unlimited amount of money raised
  • Unlimited dollar amount from each investor
  • Up to 2,000 accredited investors
  • Companies may raise money directly or through portals
  • S. and non-U.S. companies
  • S. and non-U.S. investors
  • No broker-dealer required
Title III Crowdfunding
  • Some limits on advertising
  • Companies may raise money only through a portal
  • Portal must be registered with the SEC and a member of FINRA
  • Maximum $1,070,000 per year
  • Includes both accredited and non-accredited investors
  • Limits on dollar amounts from each investor
  • Unlimited number of investors
  • Only U.S. companies
  • S. and non-U.S. investors
Title IV Crowdfunding
  • Some limits on advertising
  • Includes both accredited and non-accredited investors
  • Requires registration with and qualification by SEC
  • Maximum $50 million per year
  • Limit on dollar amount from non-accredited investors
  • Unlimited number of investors
  • Companies may raise money directly or through portals
  • Only U.S. and Canadian companies
  • S. and non-U.S. investors
  • No broker-dealer required

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