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Please join me if you can at the Solo / Small Practice Section breakfast meeting of the Atlanta Bar Association on May 16, 2013 where I will be presenting, ” Crowdfunding 101: A New Form of Fundraising for Start-ups and … Continue reading
I had a great time recording this Internet radio interview with Mitch Schlimer from the Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame. We talk about crowdfunding, the Invest Georgia Exemption and some of the ways we work with start-ups and entrepreneurs at Taylor English.
If you missed it, you can catch my interview on Business Radio X here. Candace Klein from SoMoLend and Maurice Lopes from EarlyShares.com joined me in a discussion regarding crowdfunding.
If you weren’t able to join us at the Ritz Group on April 18, 2013 you can see the entire event on this webcast archive. I had a great time evaluating three different crowdfund offerings with my friends Candace Klein … Continue reading
If you’re interested in hearing more about the practical implications of crowdfunding, please join me at the Ritz Group’s “Shark Attack” crowdfunding symposium this Thursday, April 18, 2013 at the City Club in Buckhead (Atlanta) where I’ll be joined by … Continue reading
Q: If a tree falls in the woods and there is no one to hear it, does it still make a sound? A: I don’t know, but its decomposition will still create CO2. That’s one of the conclusions I reach … Continue reading
Myriant Corporation has filed an S1 registration statement with the SEC, seeking to become publicly-traded. According to the filing: We are an industrial biotechnology company focused on becoming a low-cost producer of high-value biochemicals that substitute for traditional petroleum-based industrial chemicals. … Continue reading
Organic Diversion, a New-Jersey based composting company, has announced plans to build a waste-to-energy facility in Southern New Jersey. Rocco D’Antonio, the founder of Organic Diversion LLC, said that the company is still seeking permits to build an anaerobic digestion … Continue reading
Thanks to all of my colleagues from the Renewable Energy Committee of the ABA’s Public Utility Section who participated with me last week in recording our podcast. The recording will trace over the highlights of the Committee’s Spring 2011 report … Continue reading
I co-authored an article in this month’s issue of Probate and Property entitled, “The Great PACE Controversy,” covering the ongoing litigation that has bogged down efforts to implement “Property Assessed Clean Energy” (or “PACE”) financing programs. (Link to article requires … Continue reading