Many businesses and individuals have accessed donation-based crowdfunding and the JOBS Act has now made it possible for start-ups to access equity-based crowdfunding. Ms. Arina Shulga is a recognized legal expert on crowdfunding and has covered this topic extensively in presentations and on her blog Business Law Post.
In February 2013, Ms. Shulga has also presented a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar for lawyers “Crowdfunding: A Lawyer’s Perspective” available for viewing at Lawline.
Ms. Shulga is available to advise and represent start-ups that are seeking to raise capital through equity-based crowdfunding as well as crowdfunding portals and broker-dealers that are affiliated with such portals.
You can learn more about crowdfunding by following the links below.
- Accredited Crowdfunding Portals Receive No-Action Relief from the SEC
- JOBS Act is Now the Law – What Does it Mean for Start-ups?
- Creative Alternative Financing – Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing