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Panelists: MICHAEL HOMEIER, MICHELLE JACKO, ROBERT CORNISH, GREGORY WHITE

'Plain English' contracts are easier to read but harder to write. We'll discuss the arguments for and against.

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Michael Homeier
Securities Attorney, Homeier & Law

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Michelle Jacko
Managing Partner, Jacko Law Group

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Robert Cornish
Securities Attorney, Phillips Lytle

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Gregory White 
Securities Attorney, Seyfarth Shaw

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Kurt Reuss 
Broker Dealer Agent, Primary Capital

 

Webinar title: PPM Style; Plain English v. Legalese

AUG 12, 2015

PPMs written in plain English benefit issuers and investors because they are easier to read; can help in defending a lawsuit and even help prevent a lawsuit from being filed.

They also provide a marketing advantage in EB5 where many investors need the PPM to be translated.