FK partners Lance Gotko and Anne Beaumont have been quoted extensively in a three-part series discussing employee handbooks published by The Hedge Fund Law Report. The series outlines the benefits to fund managers of adopting employee handbooks, discusses relevant law, highlights important components funds should include, and provides advice as to how to avoid common errors or omissions. MoreMay 2018
- Does the Digital Realty Decision Represent a Sea Change for Whistleblowers or Merely More of the Same?
The Hedge Fund Law Report has published an article by Friedman Kaplan partner Anne Beaumont and associate Alexander Levi regarding the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers, which addresses the scope of whistleblower anti-retaliation protection under Dodd-Frank. MoreMar 15, 2018
- Recent New York Court of Appeals Decision Eases Path for Investor Lawsuits Against Cayman Funds, but Certain Hurdles Remain
Friedman Kaplan partner Anne E. Beaumont has authored an article in the Hedge Fund Law Report on the trial court, Appellate Division, and Court of Appeals decisions in Davis v. Scottish Re Group Ltd., as well as the implications for investors, funds and managers of the Court of Appeals’ ultimate decision. MoreDec 7, 2017
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Friedman Kaplan partner Christopher Colorado, along with Edi M. Grgeta and Konstantin A. Danilov of Analysis Group, co-authored an article in the November/December edition of the Journal of Corporate Renewal entitled “Sears, SRG, and the Economics of Fraudulent Conveyance.” MoreNov 2017
Friedman Kaplan partner Mala Ahuja Harker, a former Assistant United States Attorney in the District of New Jersey, offered commentary on the bribery and corruption trial of Senator Robert Menendez to WNYC’s Jami Floyd, host of “All Things Considered,” concerning the trial, the prosecution's unique "stream of benefits" theory, and the potential path forward. MoreNov 16, 2017