Jim Verdonik is a prolific writer on business regulatory subjects and investment crowdfunding. Jim's newest book is a very valuable handbook for entrepreneurs, attorneys, investors, and crowdfunding industry professionals called Crowdfunding Opportunities and Challenges.
Jim writes a column about business and legal issues for Triangle Business Journal, which has been republished by two dozen newspapers around the country, including in the country's primary technology centers, such as Boston and Silicon Valley. Mr. Verdonik has served on advisory boards to two governors about state policies to encourage the growth of technology businesses. He authored North Carolina's current statute that grants tax credits to investors in technology companies and other entrepreneurial businesses. Mr. Verdonik also teaches an eLearning course and authored a series of five books titled Thinking and Acting Like an Owner-Worker.
Jim Verdonik is an attorney with Ward and Smith, P.A. in Raleigh. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the links to Jim's crowdfunding related blog entries on our blog and his own:
FAQs About the New North Carolina Crowdfunding Law, the NC PACES Act
New Federal Crowdfunding Marketplaces Will Change Equity and Debt Deal Structures
Why are State Crowdfunding Laws Still Useful After Federal Crowdfunding?
Crowdfunding: Closing the Investment Generation Gap and other Unintended Consequences
Crowdfunding Capital Success Rates Beat Other Capital Raising Games
Time for the States to Step Up on Crowdfunding or Become Irrelevant