Some interesting legal reads for the week of October 6, 2014:
- A case study of how celebrity endorsement can be used as general solicitation in an all-accredited investor offering under new Rule 506(c).
- Also on the topic of Rule 506(c), some data about who is using the new rules, from Morrison & Foerster
- A blog post from Cooley on how a new SEC CDI on how companies can use computer IP addresses to confirm that an offering is intrastate may not be workable.
- From Joseph E. Bachelder III, a history of how stock options have been used and some reasons why they’ve somewhat fallen out of favor.