Crowdfunding: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know

10/10/2012 04:30 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Virginia Tech Research Center
900 North Glebe Road, 2nd Floor
Arlington, VA 22203

Lawrence R. Bard

Lawrence R. Bard

Sponsorship

Lawrence R. Bard
lbard@mofo.com
(703) 760-7798

Please join the NVTC Small Business and Entrepreneur Committee for a program regarding the provisions of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups “JOBS” Act that are most relevant to entrepreneurs.

This program will focus on crowdfunding, and include discussions on new private capital raising channels made available through the JOBS Act, important changes to SEC regulations and other practical implications of the JOBS Act for growth companies focused on the government, technology, clean tech and life sciences industries.

Other topics include: who can benefit from crowdfunding; market participants; the VC perspective; and other capital formation enhancements from the JOBS Act including removal of the ban on general solicitation in Rule 506 offerings, the increase in the number of stockholders before private companies must go public, revamping Reg A-style “mini-public-offering” rules and IPO-facilitating provisions for emerging growth companies.

Moderator:

  • Oscar A. Osorio, Partner, Mid-Atlantic Tax Practice Leader, Grant Thornton LLP

Panelists:

  • Lawrence R. Bard, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Valerie S. Gaydos, President, Capital Growth Inc.
  • Sean Glass, Venture Partner, Novak Biddle Venture Partners
  • Daniel Gorfine, Director of Special Projects and Legal Counsel, The Milken Institute

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