Attorney’s “Community Development via Crowdfunding” Article Featured in MIPRIMA Publication

The July 2014 publication of the Michigan Public Risk Management Association (MIPRIMA) featured an informative article on crowdfunding written by Karen Daley, an attorney in our Livonia office and head of the Firm’s appellate division.

“Crowdfunding” is a term used to describe a method of raising money through the Internet. Ms. Daley’s article, Smarter, Faster, Cheaper: Community Development via Crowdfunding, outlines how local crowdfunding efforts give Michigan residents a way to invest in Michigan businesses. Furthermore, crowdfunding can be used as a tool to educate Michigan residents on the community economic development process, identify community priorities, and implement projects within the community.

To read the complete article, please click here.

Ms. Daley can be reached at (734) 261-2400 or kdaley@cmda-law.com.