July 17, 2014

Real Estate Investment Fund Private Placements: Structuring Securities Offerings After the JOBS Act

Join Dickinson Wright Attorney David I. Thompson and Mark Stapp, Director, Master of Real Estate Development, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University for the “Real Estate Investment Fund Private Placements: Structuring Securities Offerings After the JOBS Act” webinar on Thursday, July 17, 2014 from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.

The SEC’s significant changes to the private placement provisions in Regulation D are transforming the real estate investment fund market. This webinar will provide real estate finance counsel and advisors with a review of the impact of the SEC changes to Regulation D and Rule 506 on real estate investment funds, discuss new opportunities for advertisement for private placements of real estate investments, and address “bad actor” provisions and the proposed changes to private placement provisions to increase investor protection.

David I. Thompson is a Member in the firm’s Phoenix office. His practice encompasses corporate, transactional, and business matters, with particular emphasis on providing counsel to management of small to mid-size companies. He regularly represents buyers and sellers of closely-held businesses in the negotiation, documentation, and closing of purchase and sale transactions. He also has substantial experience in corporate finance, assisting clients with securities offerings and secured lending.

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