Georgia Quinn spoke at the Harvard event that had 3 keynote speakers, over 25 workshops featuring 100 panelists and over 40 companies represented at a career fair. The event covered innovation, business and entrepreneurship. Check out the agenda and learn about what IBC is doing.
With so many new forms of capital raising available, such as general solicitation, crowdfunding and the use of online platforms, adequate disclosure is more important than ever.
What do I get with iDisclose?
PPM or Form C
An institutional grade PPM or Form C to protect the entrepreneur and inform investors, which includes a subscription agreement
Red Flag Report
A Red flag report highlighting disclosure and diligence issues for the entrepreneur and reviewing attorney
A zip file of all the documents uploaded organized by PPM or Form C section so that the reviewing attorney can quickly cross-reference the provided disclosure to the supporting materials
iDisclose, in conjunction with the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, held a webinar on October 13th that offered an informative and robust discussion on a new crowdfunding option made available through regulatory changes fondly known as Title III. You can go to SBE Council’s website; to find out more about all the great resources SBE Council offers and […]
Both Georgia Quinn and Doug Ellenoff spoke on the panels at CFC16 concerning the legal aspects of crowdfunding on the topics such as: Key Changes in Private Capital Formation Regulatory Considerations in Operating a Crowdfunding Portal The conference agenda was jam packed with an over-abundance of direct information that new and experienced entrepreneurs could […]
What People Are Saying About iDisclose
iDisclose was a LIFESAVER in helping us navigate all of the documentation that needed to be submitted… thank you so very much for your support and your work in helping guide small feisty startups likes ours through the legal process! The time and expense of “all things legal” can truly be daunting, and your team at iDisclose was like a beacon in the night.
iDisclose streamlined the process, was very efficient and easy to navigate. I was amazed at how industry specific the generated draft document turned out to be. iDisclose wasn’t simply a website, on the backside was a team of responsive, knowledgeable caring individuals who turned out to be extremely valuable in our success.
As a lawyer myself, I know what is required in adequate disclosure and iDisclose helps provide it at significantly less cost and in less time.
One of the most difficult issues securities attorneys face is simply trying to pull company information from the client’s head and put it in the form of a meaningful disclosure document. iDisclose however, shifts the process on its head by giving the client a more substantial role in the disclosure drafting process. Not only is the legal cost to the client significantly reduced, but the quality and specificity of the disclosure information is substantially improved.