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http://www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com Reg A – Integration with Your Other Offerings
Integration is the doctrine that is used to determine if one offering is part of another. This is important because you may be in unintentional violation of the rules if one sale of stock is determined to be part of another offering and they do not fit together.
The new Reg A provides a “safe harbor” rule on integration. You can easily tell whether or not some stock sales you made are determined to be part of the Rule.
A Regulation A offering will not be integrated with: prior offers or sales of securities; or
subsequent offers or sales of securities that are: registered under the Securities Act, except as provided in Rule 255(e) [abandoned offerings]; made in reliance on Rule 701; [as part of written compensation agreements to employees, and others] made pursuant to an employee benefit plan; made in reliance on Regulation S [offerings outside of the U.S.]; made pursuant to Section 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act [crowdfunded offerings]; or
made more than six months after the completion of the Regulation A offering
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