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October 25, 2012


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Brian Lebrecht

The same can be said for state securities regulators, who likewise are tasked with updating their offering rules. For us in private practice, its a wait-and-see.

Martin Mittelmark

There is no question that oversight is to some degree warranted with crowdfunding. However, the sums of money that can be raised with a ceiling of $1,000,000 per year make this a mere pitance compared to oversight of larger offerings.

Perhaps the SEC is concerned about letting the cow out of the gate, but when one looks at what Madoff took and others where regulations supposedly were in place what we have is a looking at the fly on the wall compared to the elephant stomping down your house.

Our country needs very much to give small business a chance to finance and right now no one is doing it adequately. The SEC can slow down the process, but it is not really good for America. Plus they could better spend their time elsewhere.

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