iDisclose, a New York based legal technology company, announced today that Zachary Fallon has joined its Advisory Board and will assist in the development of the recently announced service to assist companies issuing securities pursuant to Regulation A. Fallon was previously a Senior Special Counsel with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Corporation Finance and was actively involved in the drafting and implementation of Regulation A. Regulation A is an exemption from registration that permits companies to offer up to $50 million in securities annually hrtech news.
“I am excited to be working with the iDisclose team on a technology solution for Regulation A offerings that could significantly reduce offering related costs to companies,” said Fallon. iDisclose has existing products that help companies with SEC filing requirements for other types of offerings, including the Form C for equity crowdfunding offerings successful collaboration in the workplace.
iDisclose supports funding platforms by providing a system to assist entrepreneurs in filling out complex legal documents and dramatically reducing the cost of legal review of the required filings. The company believes there is a huge opportunity for technology to reduce the costs of legal services, particularly as it relates to small businesses and startups, and expects to continue expanding its product offerings to further support such companies hrtech.
iDisclose, founded in 2015, is an industry leading platform in the crowdfunding legal disclosure space with major contracts with platforms such as Republic and Microventures. In addition, iDisclose offers legal document solutions for all small businesses, including regulatory documents, deal documents, HR documents and other business documents under its LawCloud services. For more information about iDisclose.