Finders Fees -- Finders Exemption in California

Updated: May 13

Spiller Law, a Business, Entertainment and Estate Planning law firm, presents Al Fishman, a Partner at JRA Law Partners LLP in San Francisco, who explains the new California Finder Exemption, Section 25206.1 to the California Broker-Dealer Licensing Requirements, which allows unregistered individuals to receive finders fees from the sale of securities in California.

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