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Investor Choice Advocates Network

Empowering Small Entrepreneurs & Investors

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June 27th, 2024

ICAN Celebrates Landmark Decision in SEC v. Jarkesy

 

After Filing Amicus Brief Along with Mark Cuban and Elon Musk, ICAN Commends Decision Supporting the Rights of Small Market Participants and Entrepreneurs to Federal Court Juries.

Investor Choice Advocates Network (ICAN) is a nonprofit public interest litigation organization dedicated to breaking down barriers to entry to capital markets and pushing back against overreach by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), serving as a legal advocate and voice for small investors and entrepreneurs whose efforts help fuel vibrant local and national economies driven by innovation and entrepreneurship.

ICAN Testifies Before the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services

May 7th, 2024

ICAN's Founder and President Nick Morgan testified before the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services, Subcommittee on Capital Markets, this week at the hearing, "SEC Enforcement: Balancing Deterrence with Due Process."

 

From the perspective of Investor Choice Advocates Network, more Due Process doesn't have to translate into less deterrence, but less Due Process surely deters small investors and entrepreneurs from accessing the capital markets.

Click below to watch the full hearing. 

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Through its direct litigation efforts, ICAN defends small investors and entrepreneurs whose efforts have been stymied by the overreach of the SEC and by their own limited ability to effectively challenge the actions of the behemoth government agency.

 

In the process, ICAN is building a precedent-based legal bulwark against SEC efforts to further restrict capital markets access.

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ICAN's twice-monthly vlog series features interviews with subject matter experts discussing pressing examples of SEC overreach.

Please contact ICAN with suggestions for future SEC Roundup topics.

 

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