2-Day Program

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Why You Should Attend 

The Twenty-Fifth Annual Private Equity Forum will address the prevailing issues and trends attorneys encounter when working with private equity funds and their fund portfolios. A diverse faculty of experts from law firms and investment funds will discuss a broad range of topics dominating today’s market and the most common questions brought forth by clients in the private equity industry.  

This day and a half program will discuss the evolving market for private equity terms, recent litigation matters, and developments in the field of ESG and sustainability in private equity funds. Panels will dive into the Private Fund Adviser rule and the practical steps for coming into compliance, as well as into the rules and regulations affecting the private equity industry that have taken a back seat given the attention given to the Private Fund Adviser Rule.  

Attendees will also have the opportunity to earn both Ethics credit and Diversity and Inclusion credit at this program.  

What You Will Learn 

After completing this program, participants will be able to: 

  • Recognize the private equity fund terms that attorneys frequently encounter in today’s industry 
  • Gain insight into the legal ethics issues faced by lawyers filling multiple roles at once 
  • Better understand the structure and terms of secondaries transactions in the current market 
  • Extrapolate lessons from recent litigation impacting private equity funds and the firms that sponsor them 
  • Learn about the scope of fund finance products 
  • Review the breadth of SEC rulemaking applicable to the private equity industry over the last couple of years 
  • Examine implicit bias and explicit bias in the legal industry and learn how to serve a diverse population 

Who Should Attend

Attorneys in securities or corporate practice, in house counsel, private equity or venture capital investors, principal investment professionals, and other professionals involved in the fundraising and financing business.  

Special Feature(s): n/a 

Program Level: Overview 

Prerequisites: n/a 

Advanced Preparation: n/a 


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