by Karl J. Ege, Martin E. Lybecker, Danielle Benderly, and James T. Carroll
The JOBS Act's stated purpose
is to spur job creation and economic growth by improving access to capital for
emerging growth companies. To do so, the JOBS Act will make some of the most
significant changes to the U...
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lawfully raise capital within the EB-5 Program  pursuant to one or more exemptions from
registration set forth in the United States securities laws. The most commonly utilized exemptions in EB-5
offerings are Regulation D (the Private Placement exemption) and Regulation S...
When the JOBS Act was enacted in April 2012, it raised a
significant amount of excitement in the EB-5 community. At the time, there was
a general consensus that the Act could change the landscape of EB-5 private
offerings. However, the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SECs) indefinite
It took until just before Memorial Day, but apropos timing as the House Financial Services Committee, on May 22, officially approved 11 bills to help small businesses with capital formation and growth. Many on the Hill are fashioning this group of bills JOBS Act 2.0, as a natural follow to the Jumpstart...