Mark Roderick leads the firm’s Crowdfunding and Fintech practice. He writes a widely-read Crowdfunding blog and is a featured speaker at Crowdfunding and Fintech events across the country, including New York, Texas, Chicago, and Silicon Valley. Mark is one of the most prominent Crowdfunding and Fintech lawyers in the United States. He represents portals, issuers, and others across the country and around the world.

Mark has always represented entrepreneurs and their businesses. He began his career as a tax lawyer and has served as Chair of the firm’s Corporate practice group and its Mergers & Acquisitions practice group. He brings a deep, multi-layered legal background to his clients today.

  • Representing issuers in offerings conducted under:
    • Rule 506(b) (traditional private placements)
    • Rule 506(c) (Title II Crowdfunding)
    • Section 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act (Title III Crowdfunding or Regulation CF)
    • Regulation A (Title IV Crowdfunding)
  • Creating and representing Title III funding ports vis-à-vis the SEC and FINRA
  • Designing corporate structures and internal agreements for privately-owned businesses
  • Creating and representing Title II portals
  • Designing standardized Crowdfunding documents
  • Representing real estate developers and real estate funds
  • ICOs and another crypto- and blockchain-related transactions and businesses
  • SEC filings and reports
  • Designing distribution waterfalls
  • Forming Qualified Opportunity Funds
  • Tax planning

Recent Blog Posts & Podcasts 

News & Events

  • The Slow Motion Riot: Moving From Theory to Practice in Implementing Value-Based Relationships Between Inside and Outside Counsel, DELVACCA (May 6, 2010)