Kendall Almerico is best known as the securities lawyer and "quarterback" of the Reg A offerings for BrewDog (one of the most successful equity crowdfunding companies ever) and Goldenseed - the first private U.S. cannabis cultivator qualified by the SEC to sell stock to the general public. Kendall was named “one of the top crowdfunding and JOBS Act attorneys in the country” by Forbes. Venture Beat named Kendall as the top practicing attorney on their list of the most influential thought leaders on crowdfunding in the world. Inc. magazine named Kendall to its list of “Top 19 Crowdfunding Experts Startups Need to Know.” Onalytica ranked Kendall #1 on its 2016 list of the Top 100 crowdfunding influencers in the world. Huffington Post called Kendall “One of the country’s leading experts on equity crowdfunding.” Kendall and his crowdfunding websites have appeared in the New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Washington Times, Forbes, Bloomberg,Reuters, the New York Daily News, Business Insider, Christian Science Monitor, Fox Business Network, Yahoo News and hundreds of newspaper, blog, radio and television interviews including CNN, CNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, CCTV and Bloomberg TV. Kendall was a regular crowdfunding columnist for Entrepreneur.com and is a highly sought after international keynote speaker. Mr. Almerico practices law with the law firms of Almerico Law in Washington DC.