Jason Leung speaks on IP issues in Crowdfunding on April 3, 2014 in Toronto

Crowdfunding allows groups of people to pool their resources as donors or micro angel investors for the purpose of financing specialized goods or materials. Thanks to the reach of the Internet and the popularity of sites such as indieGoGo and Kickstarter, the past year has seen an explosion of global crowdfunding initiatives. As simple as the basic concept of crowdfunding seems, in practice it is fraught with legal, ethical and regulatory pitfalls. As this trend rapidly becomes a widely employed tool in the development of the small business sector, it is critical that all business lawyers familiarize themselves with the forms and pitfalls of crowdfunding.

In this Nutshell hosted by the Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA), you will learn about:

  • Types of crowdfunding and the benefits/pitfalls of each

  • The current regulatory position of the OSC

  • Vulnerability of crowdfunding to fraud

  • Risks to IP rights that crowdfunding poses

Click here to purchase a recording of this highly informative and timely seminar.

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