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The Hedge Fund Law Report (HFLR) is the definitive source of actionable intelligence on hedge fund law and regulation. Each week, the HFLR brings subscribers incisive analysis of key developments on topics including compliance, derivatives, enforcement, case law, marketing, regulation, rulemaking, taxation and more. For more than a decade, the HFLR has been helping to enhance the scope, relevance and quality of information available to GCs, CCOs, COOs, law firm attorneys and service providers that directly affect the profit and loss of investment managers.
By maintaining a regular dialogue with key industry decision makers, policy makers and practitioners, the HFLR’s team of attorneys produces proprietary analysis that is not available anywhere else. Ultimately, the HFLR’s analytical articles provide insights subscribers need to revise their practices, policies and procedures to mitigate legal, operational and regulatory risk.
In addition to articles produced through the HFLR team’s grass-roots research, the team also employs a collaborative editorial process that enables leading lawyers, compliance professionals, regulators and thought leaders in relevant fields to publish contributed articles within the HFLR.
Subscribers to the HFLR receive a summary of new proprietary analysis via email alert every other Thursday morning. In addition, subscribers have access to the HFLR’s full database of analysis across 200 topics and 4,000+ analytical articles, as well as its archive of webinars on industry topics. The HFLR database employs advanced searchability and filtering to enable subscribers to locate matters that are most relevant to them.
The HFLR is part of the Law Report Group, an ION Company.
Trials and Subscriptions
If you are a GC, CCO, COO, compliance officer, outside legal counsel or service provider in the private funds space, we are pleased to provide you with an opportunity to evaluate the HFLR through a two-week trial. To set up trial access or discuss subscription options, please contact Ionanalyticsemail@example.com..
If you are a legal or compliance professional in the private funds industry, we would be happy to speak with you about opportunities to collaborate as a contributor or source for future articles in the HFLR. Please contact Robin L. Barton, Editor-in-Chief of the HFLR, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robin L. Barton
As Editor-in-Chief, Robin oversees all editorial content, cultivates relationships with industry experts and writes on a range of legal and compliance issues for hedge fund managers. She writes articles of various types based on research and extensive interviews of industry experts, such as law and accounting firm partners; hedge fund manager leaders, including GCs, CCOs, COOs, CFOs and others; prime broker and administrator executives; and institutional investor decision-makers.
Robin has more than 15 years of editorial and reporting experience, writing about compliance issues in a variety of industries and legal contexts. She also worked for eight years as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
Robin has a law degree from New York University School of Law, where she served as a teaching assistant for a legal research and writing course, and graduated summa cum laude in three years from Purdue University with a BA in political science and a minor in English.
Robin can be reached at email@example.com.
As Managing Editor, Jill leads the Law Report Group products, which include the Hedge Fund Law Report, Private Equity Law Report, Cybersecurity Law Report and Anti-Corruption Report. As Editor-in-Chief of the Cybersecurity Law Report, Jill manages editorial content, cultivates relationships with experts and writes on a range of cybersecurity and data privacy topics, with a focus on operational guidance for privacy and security leaders as well as legal and regulatory developments. She also leads webinars and speaks at privacy and security conferences.
Jill was previously an editor at Thomson Reuters and spent the majority of her legal career as a litigator at Dentons, where she gained significant experience in both state and federal courts on a wide array of matters, including intellectual property and contracts. She was also Of Counsel at The Lustigman Firm where her practice focused on advertising law, including regulatory work and litigating false advertising and unfair competition claims.
Jill graduated summa cum laude from Touro Law School, where she was a Law Review editor, and has a B.S. in public relations from The University of Florida.
For editorial questions or suggestions, you can reach Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rorie A. Norton
Rorie is an Editor for the Hedge Fund Law Report who uses his legal background and experience in the private funds industry to help private fund managers mitigate their operational risks and navigate an evolving compliance landscape. He began his legal career as an associate at Ropes & Gray representing private equity funds, both on the debt financing and equity sides, in portfolio company acquisitions. Prior to joining the HFLR, Rorie was an associate attorney at Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen where he advised hedge fund managers on structuring, launching, offering and administering fund vehicles.
Rorie received his bachelor’s degree with a double major in political science and international studies from the University of Richmond, and his J.D. from the Fordham University School of Law. He graduated magna cum laude from each institution.
Rorie can be reached at email@example.com.
Vincent D. Pitaro
Vincent has been a Legal Analyst for the Hedge Fund Law Report since early 2009. He covers legal and regulatory developments, compliance issues, enforcement proceedings and private litigation.
Vincent attended Georgetown University, where he majored in economics, and Harvard Law School. After law school, he gained experience in venture capital, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, secured lending and trade regulation at the firm of Reboul, MacMurray, Hewitt, Maynard & Kristol, which later merged with Ropes & Gray. He also has significant independent private practice experience, concentrating in the areas of real estate; general business counseling; estate planning; and trust and estate administration.
Vincent can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As Content Manager of the Law Report Group, Emily copy edits and proofreads all the content in the Cybersecurity Law Report, the Anti-Corruption Report, the Hedge Fund Law Report and the Private Equity Law Report.
Emily has a background in publishing and marketing, as well as experience editing a variety of legal content. Prior to joining the Law Report Group, she managed several publications for a state REALTORS® association. She has also previously worked as a marketing director and paralegal.