A Whole New World of Fundraising: The JOBS Act A Whole New World of Fundraising: The JOBS Act

By Phil Gibbs on October 17, 2012

Could there be a scarier way to start Halloween morning than listening to an attorney speak? Maybe an attorney in costume talking about fundraising!

The 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act represents a significant change to the regulations and business strategies for financing small and medium size companies. The JOBS Act will affect private companies considering new and alternative capital raising approaches.

If you are interested in learning about the important changes resulting from this landmark legislation, including how crowdfunding works with Regulation D and impacts on the market for angel financing, join us Wednesday morning, October 31, 7:30 to 9:00 AM at E|SPACES Cool Springs. Yes, that is Halloween morning, but costumes are optional!


Do some networking, enjoy breakfast with the “Chef and I,” and hear a presentation by Kolin Holladay, one of Nashville’s leading corporate attorneys.

As a Partner and the Team Leader of the Corporate/Securities/Mergers and Acquisitions team for Adams and Reese, Kolin’s practice includes public and private offerings of securities, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and contract negotiation and interpretation. In addition, he counsels start-up, developmental stage and emerging companies on various matters related to venture capital and other financings.

Kolin earned his JD and his MBA degrees from the University of Tennessee, and his undergraduate degree from Lipscomb University where he later was an assistant coach for the baseball team. He spends his free time with his wife and four children, coaching youth sports, running and being active in his church.

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