The SEC Gives Crowdfunding New Rules to Play By

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In their recent Client Alert, colleagues David S. Baxter, Robert B. Robbins, Jonathan J. Russo, Matthew J. Kane and Naresh C. Lall examine the SEC’s adoption of “Regulation Crowdfunding,” the long-awaited final rules regulating what has become the investment vehicle of choice for many creators, entrepreneurs and consumers alike in the Internet Age. Regulation Crowdfunding will allow smaller, private U.S. companies to raise up to one million dollars in a 12-month cycle by selling securities over the Internet or web-based apps and other tech to small individual investors.