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Crowdfunding Lawyers in California

Headquartered in Orange County, We Serve Businesses Throughout the Golden State

Kickstarting Your California Business Today

Crowdfunding: Your offering can reach a far broader audience of potential investors online through 506(b) or (c) offerings, or Title III Equity Crowdfunding Campaigns. Our California crowdfunding lawyers can help you conduct your online equity offering in compliance with applicable federal and California state securities regulations.

In 2012, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act was passed, which greatly expanded the ability of small businesses to access investors at a significantly reduced cost, particularly online. Reducing these obstacles to raising capital has allowed entrepreneurs across California to access important funding and grow their business and made crowdfunding startups much more viable.

At Adams Corporate Law, our California crowdfunding attorneys possess extensive expertise in securities laws, enabling us to provide steadfast support to emerging companies. We diligently ensure that all legal obligations are met when utilizing online funding portals.

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The attorneys at Adams Corporate Law are strategic corporate & securities lawyers with decades of experience in mergers & acquisitions, equity financings, and general business counsel, serving businesses throughout the state of California. Learn more about what our firm brings to the table.

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Crowdfunding Rules & Regulations

Crowdfunding has expanded the options that companies have to raise money from their investors. Title III allows online crowd investing to allow non-accredited investors to invest in a company with important legal requirements that must be followed.

Our firm can help companies looking to raise money, individuals investing in companies, angel investors, and other entrepreneurs navigate crowd investing and take advantage of this exciting opportunity. Headquartered in Southern California, our crowdfunding and online funding lawyers are leaders in this field, working to ensure that companies and investors throughout California secure essential funding without legal problems.

Advocate for Your Business with a Skilled California Crowdfunding Lawyer

Violations of SEC rules and regulations can result in significant fines and complicated, drawn-out legal battles, as well as regulatory investigations. When you’ve worked hard for your business or are considering new investment opportunities, your efforts – and your investors’ funds – must be protected.

Trust Adams Corporate Law with your crowdfunding and online funding:

  • We have extensive experience in equity financing and securities laws
  • We understand the JOBS Act, and Title II and III online funding opportunities
  • We value our client and business relationships
  • We represent California companies across all industries
  • We understand donation and reward-based crowdfunding campaigns
  • We have a history of successful deals
  • We have experience taking California companies public and financing for them

Crowd investing and online funding are guided by stringent rules and regulations. Whether you are a California company raising funds, a platform, or an investor, let the crowdfunding lawyers at Adams Corporate Law guide you through the process. 

Our California crowdfunding attorneys can speak with you directly about your needs and concerns immediately.


  • “I have known and worked with Addison for more than 10 years. He has always been the consummate professional.” - Rich A.
  • “As an entrepreneur, I am always doing something just a bit different and Addison always finds ways to make things work. He truly has a "can do" attitude.” - Gordon M.
  • “Addison is one of those... a leader by nature, the consummate professional who thinks like a CEO and consistently performs at the highest level.” - Kenneth E.

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