Xconomy publishes “The New Crowdfunding Rules: Will They Really Help Startups?”

Xconomy published an article by Julie O’Neill today comparing new SEC rules allowing small businesses to raise capital through social media or the internet, commonly known as “crowdfunding,” with previous regulations designed for financing by wealthy investors.

You can read “The New Crowdfunding Rules: Will They Really Help Startups?” by Julie O’Neill on the Xconomy website.

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Julie O’Neill focuses her practice on business, corporate and securities law, and counseling individuals and entities at all stages of the corporate life cycle on a wide variety of sophisticated transactions in the U.S., Canada, and abroad. Julie regularly handles:

  • Entity selection and formation
  • Private placements including angel and venture capital equity financings
  • Limited liability company operating agreements and shareholders’ agreements
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Recapitalizations
  • Secured transactions
  • Employment issues and partnership disputes
  • Licensing arrangements and general contract matters
  • Trademark and copyright registrations
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