Startup Exemption

Academic and Legal Experts Speak Out – SEC Rules Hinder Capital Formation for Entrepreneurs

August 20, 2011 · 1 Comment

The following are some of the academic reports written about the current SEC rules and why they prohibit access to capital for small businesses & entrepreneurs:

Proceed at Your Peril: Crowdfunding and the Securities Act of 1933, Tennessee Law Review. Joan MacLeod Heminway & Shelden Ryan Hoffman, August, 2011

Crowdfunding Microstartups: It’s Time for the Securities and Exchange Commission to Approve a Small Offering Exemption, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law.  Nikki D. Pope, August, 2011

Petition for Rulemaking: Exempt Securities Offerings up to $100,000 with $100 Maximum per Investor from Registration. Sustainable Economies Law Center. Jenny Kassan, July, 2010

SEC Regulations Barricade The Crowdfunding Floodgates, The Crowdfunding Revolution.  Kevin Lawton, November, 2010


Capital Offense: The SEC’s Continuing Failure to Address Small Business Financing Concerns, New York University Journal of Law and Business.  Stuart R. Cohn & Gregory C. Yadley – Fall, 2007

Security Regulations and Their Effects on Small Businesses, California Research Bureau. Rosa Maria Moller, Ph.D. - April, 2000

 

 


 

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