Synopses & Reviews
Private Equity Laws is an authoritative, incisive collection of insider perspectives on the dynamic and innovative forefront of the laws that govern investments, negotiations, and funding within the fields of private equity and venture capital. Featuring group chairs and partners, all representing some of the nation's top firms, this book discusses the current shape and future state of the private equity field. These leading lawyers share their insight on globalization, investment strategies, claw-back provisions, fundraising, conducting successful fund negotiations, and more. Additionally, these authors offer practical guidance for the individual private equity investor or venture capitalist, elaborating on such laws as Sarbanes Oxely, The Investment Company Act, The Securities Act of 1933, The Investment Advisors Act, and other general tax laws that commonly intersect with private equity practices.