David Groshoff was invited as a moderator and presenter on law, finance, technology, and economics at the 2014 National Business Law Scholars Conference, held at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, on June 19-20. Professor Groshoff moderated a panel on law and economics-cost/benefit analyses in making law, featuring scholars from USC Law, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, and the University College London Faculty of Laws. As part of a panel on the JOBS Act and Crowdfunding, Professor Groshoff also presented a research case study based on statutory and rulemaking process trends in Crowdfunding, moderated by Professor Barbara Black, Director of Cincinnati Law’s Corporate Law Center, whose writing has been cited in recent prominent decisions by the United States Supreme Court.
Professor Groshoff’s invited co-authored article with Western State alumnus Kurtis Urien, Esq. (WSCL ’13) regarding Crowdfunding and the JOBS Act appeared last month in the inaugural volume of the Texas A&M Law Review: “An Essay Inquiry: Will the JOBS Act’s Transformative Regulatory Regime for Equity Offerings Cost Investment Bankers’ Jobs?,” 1 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 560 (2014).