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In search of ‘franchise value’ at the private equity firm. By Chip Hughes
How can GPs get sued? Let us count the ways. The business of private equity is increasingly fraught with legal risks both known and unknown. By David Snow, Editor
Changes to the US Bankruptcy Reform Act will affect troubled portfolio companies and their debtholders. By Brian Harvey and Emanuel Grillo
For private equity firms, firing right is every bit as important as hiring right. But fail to swat up on local employment laws in France, Germany and the UK and your erstwhile employee could end up having the last a laugh. By Andy Thomson
UK mid-market specialist Parallel Ventures Managers has a unique deal-capturing mechanism built on ten-year contractual co-investment agreements with currently six European buyout managers. By Philip Borel
INDUSTRY FRONT LINE 2005-07-01 Staff Writer <b>Denning promotes new COO and director</b><br />San Francisco-based private equity advisory firm Denning & Co has announced the promotions of Jill Kitazaki to chief operating officer and Lisa Herrell to director of the firm. Herrell has been
As administrative functions within the private equity firm institutionalize, marketing and communications are becoming joint efforts between internal specialists and external public relations firms. By Art Janik, Associate Editor
NEW BILL BEING CONSIDERED BY THE US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WOULD BRING MUCH NEEDED REFORM TO THE FEDERAL PATENT SYSTEM, ARGUES HARVARD'S JOSH LERNER
UBIQUITOUS PRIVATE EQUITY FIRM 3I IS SEEING LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE – AS A FUND INVESTOR
A NEW NVCAGROUP PROVIDES A FORUM FOR VENTURE CAPITAL'S GROWING RANKS OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS PROS
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