After getting a JD from Stanford Law School, a MA from the University of Chicago, and working as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Douglas Slain practiced law with Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro in San Francisco. He later founded four national monthly law reporting services sold to McGraw-Hill and now owned by Thomson Reuter.
Doug writes law hand books and produces videos and audiobooks on investment crowdfunding. Doug is the managing partner of Private Placement Advisors LLC, helping small business identify and solicit private placements since 2009. Doug manages two LinkedIn discussion groups, State Securities Regulation and Equity and Debt Crowdfunding.
What is Rule 506 Media Group?
Rule 506 Media Group publishes a series of 10 volumes on private placements and exempt offerings and 4 volumes on the marijuana industry.
I. Private Placement Series
Volume No. 1: Crowdfunding on Steroids Volume No. 2: Crowdfunding Law Volume No. 3: Proposed Rules Regarding Regulation Crowdfunding Volume No. 4: Business Brokers and Securities Law Volume No. 5: California Real Estate Blind Pools Volume No. 6: EB-5 and U.S. Securities Law Volume No. 7: Hedge Funds for the Rest of Us Volume No. 8: Crowd Financing Volume No. 9: General Solicitation under Rule 506 (c Volume No. 10: Regulation Crowdfunding
Who is Douglas Slain?
Doug is the author and narrator of a series of law handbooks. He is also the managing partner of Private Placement Advisors LLC and Rule 506 Media Group.
Doug specializes in debt and equity crowdfunding. He helps small business identify and solicit sources of private equity since 2009. Doug manages a LinkedIn discussion group, State Securities Regulation with close to 1500 members and recently launched a new LinkedIn discussion group, Equity and Debt Crowdfunding.
In September 2013 the SEC made the most significant change to Federal securities law in the last 80 years. Learn how start-ups and small businesses can now use general solicitation to raise money online.
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