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  • October 28 2015

    SEC Crowdfunding Changes to Bring in New CRE Investors

    For more than three years since the passage of the JOBS Act, the commercial real estate industry has been waiting for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to approve final rules that would make it easier for more investors to participate in crowdfunding. They shouldn’t have to wait much longer.

    Commercial Property Executive; Oct. 28, 2015

  • October 18 2015

    iDisclose addresses two biggest equity crowdfunding problems

    Considering how many alt-fi companies have seized on an area ripe for disruption, it is not surprising someone has seen opportunity in providing a comprehensive yet inexpensive solution for companies wishing to raise capital.  With the legal implications, it is comforting to know this solution was developed by two people well-versed in both crowdfunding and capital formation.

    Bankless Times; October 18, 2015

  • September 23 2015

    Securities Disclosure Documents Cost Too Much? iDisclose Will Save You Thousands

    “iDisclose is not a replacement for an attorney, stated Quinn. But it is an application that can save many hours, if not days, of legal work. As we know, with attorneys, time is money, this helps both entrepreneurs and law firms keep costs low.”; Sept. 22, 2015

  • September 21 2015

    SEC Commissioner Gallagher: Thank You For Your Thick Skin

    It was bittersweet walking into Commissioner Daniel Gallagher’s office for the first and last time. He has been a true champion for small business and access to capital and we all owe him a debt of gratitude. It was also wholly appropriate that the amazing infographic that he and his staff put together demarking all the regulations governin…; Sept. 21, 2015

  • October 17 2014

    Crowdfunding with Doug Ellenoff

    Join in online from 2-3:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 to learn from the 2014 recipient of the “Crowdfunding Visionary” award, Doug Ellenoff, attorney-at-law. Ellenoff is an international expert on crowdfunding. He and his firm, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP, have been meaningfully involved in crowdfunding since inception, sponsoring events, working with the SE…

    Casper Journal October 17, 2014

  • October 16 2014

    Two Years Later, JOBS Act Promises Fall Short, Though Not for Everyone

    More than two years ago, President Obama signed the JOBS Act into law. Among its provisions were several significant changes to the way small private companies could find potential shareholders. In a nutshell, the act did two major things. First, it allowed private companies to openly solicit investors, on the Web and elsewhere.

    Inc. October 16, 2014

  • September 11 2014

    Douglas S. Ellenoff, a member of the Firm, will receive the “Crowdfunding Visionary Award” at the 3rd Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention and Bootcamp this October in Las Vegas.

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  • September 09 2014

    Doug Ellenoff to Receive “Crowdfunding Visionary Award” at Annual Convention

    Attorney and crowdfunding trailblazer Doug Ellenoff, from law firm Ellenoff Grossman & Schole, will be receiving the 2014 Crowdfunding Visionary Award to be presented at the 3rd Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention and Bootcamp taking place in Las Vegas this October.

    Crowdfund Insider September 9, 2014

“It’s with genuine appreciation to all of our clients that we are in a position to achieve and maintain our leadership position in so many areas.”