DLA Piper has bolstered its investment funds and corporate practices in New York by hiring Yasho Lahiri as a partner. Lahiri advises fund sponsors on product launches, capital raising and restructuring in the U.S. and abroad. He also counsels institutional investors on bespoke investment structures and represents them in the negotiation of investment-related documentation. For insight from Lahiri, see our two-part series “How Can Hedge Fund Managers Market Their Funds Using Case Studies Without Violating the Cherry Picking Rule?”: Part One (Dec. 5, 2013); and Part Two (Dec. 12, 2013). For coverage of other recent hires at the firm, see “DLA Piper Hires Private Equity Real Estate Funds Partner in Chicago” (Oct. 6, 2016); and “DLA Piper Expands Investment Management Practice in Philadelphia” (Jun. 16, 2016).