Last summer, I met Jillian Sidoti at a crowdfunding conference and have been trying to get her on my show ever since! We’ve finally got her.
Jillian is a lawyer who helps entrepreneurs with equity offerings, including crowdfunded offerings under Regulation D section 506(c), which allows for general solicitation.
In the fourteen months since the SEC issued the new rules for 506(c), a framework of best legal practices has begun to emerge and Jillian has been at the leading edge of this practice.
For entrepreneurs looking to raise money via equity crowdfunding, this interview is a can’t miss event!
On Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at noon Eastern, Jillian will join me for a live discussion about best practices for a general solicitation in a securities offering. Tune in here then to watch the interview live.
More about SyndicationLawyers.com:
We provide securities transaction services. We assist entrepreneurs with their legal needs in the fundraising process whether it is through a private placement, public offering, or crowdfunding.
Jillian Sidoti specializes in transactional legal matters such as private placement memorandums, Form 10′s, S-1′s, Regulation D filings, trademarks, copyrights, NDA’s, and contractual matters. Jillian also spends her time speaking at seminars educating real estate investors on how to legally raise capital for their real estate investment projects.
Prior to her legal career, Jillian owned and operated a record label enabling her to tour worldwide with artists, including visiting South Africa, Canada, Europe, and the United States. Using that experience, Jillian has been commissioned to write articles and contracts for many music industry entities.
Currently, Jillian teaches Finance and Accounting for the BS and MBA programs at the University of Redlands, drawing on her experience as Financial Analyst, Controller, and CFO for many companies from manufacturing to real estate development. Jillian also teaches a Small Business Management class where students are taught the anatomy of a business plan.