Establishing, Maintaining and Exiting a Minority Equity Position: U.S. Securities Law Considerations for Hedge Funds

A hedge fund that takes a minority equity position in a U.S. public company may encounter a variety of complex issues under the federal securities laws and other investment-related statutes.  In a guest article, Scott Budlong, a partner in the New York office of Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP, and other RKO attorneys and an advisor to the firm, offer a comprehensive discussion of the most important of these U.S. legal issues from the perspective of an equity investment’s lifecycle: establishing, maintaining and exiting the position.

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