The Business Court regularly deals with disputes that arise from the financial challenges facing start-ups and the principals behind them. As our colleagues Ernie Badway and Josh Horn note, “The bane of every start-up company is the never-ending quest to raise capital for its operations.” In a recent dispatch about Congressional attention to the issue, they discuss how new securities law changes impact the business brokers and “finders” who have long worked to secure financing rounds for capital-needy companies but resisted registration as brokers and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) membership. Ernie and Josh explain how we got here, and some of the possible impacts of the legislation.