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Intrastate Crowdfunding Exemptions: In Depth with Ellenoff
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Intrastate Crowdfunding Exemptions: In Depth with Ellenoff

I recently got in touch with Douglas Ellenoff to discuss the topic of state crowdfunding exemptions that have been passed in Georgia and Kansas, and are currently being considered in North Carolina and Washington.

- A Look at North Carolina’s Intrastate Investment Crowdfunding Legislation
- What the SEC Letters to FundersClub and AngelList Mean for Investment Crowdfunding

Ellenoff is a partner at the law firm Ellenoff, Grossman and Schole who speaks with us regularly about emerging trends in the nascent crowdfunding industry. You can listen to or download the episode below, and also listen to the previous installment of "In Depth with Ellenoff" here.

Disclosure: EGS is a client of massolution /

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  • Knox Massey Knox Massey Jun 24, 2013 06:43 pm GMT

    FYI--The Georgia "Invest Georgia Exemption" was not legislation that needed to be passed by the Georgia General Assembly. The Georgia Secretary of State office, which oversees the State Securities Division, promulgated news rules and regulations in December, 2012, which are now known as the "Invest Georgia Exemption". It should be noted that the The JOBS Act was passed in April, 2012--AFTER the "Invest Georgia Exemption" was allowed.

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