S&G Investment Manager Alert - Jan 2014
    The S&G Investment Manager Alert, published by Sadis & Goldberg LLP, provides timely information to parties with interests in the alternative investment community.    In the January 2014 issue: Fundraising Against the Odds:  Considerations for Start-Up Private Equity Fund Managers Recent Federal Tax Developments New World for Emerging Hedge Fund Managers Private Fund Managers:  New Form D is in Effect Study Finds That SEC Decides Not to Bring Charges in 20% of Cases Where It Issues a Wells Notice All Private Investment Funds Must Take Steps to Identify Bad Actors Under SEC Rules Kate  Maurer-Hollaender Joins Sadis & Goldberg LLP  


Sadis & Goldberg won a major victory in an appraisal rights trial, in which Chancellor Strine appraised its clients’ shares in The Orchard Enterprises, Inc. (“Orchard”) at $4.67 per share, a premium of 2.3 times the value of the $2.05 merger price. The victory demonstrates the opportunity for clients to achieve alpha through the little-known strategy of exercising appraisal rights

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Sound Advice For Emerging Hedge Fund Managers (2013)
      As the hedge fund industry continues to evolve, successfully launching a hedge fund is dependent upon several variables, including selecting the proper structure and complying with dynamic federal and state regulations. Regardless of size, strategy, or asset class, regulators and investors are requiring more visibility and establishing stringent controls. In this whitepaper, Duff & Phelps’ Operational Risk Due Diligence practice and Sadis & Goldberg discuss some key building blocks that fund managers need to successfully launch a fund, navigate the early stages of asset growth, and establish infrastructure to mitigate operational risk.
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6th Annual Alternative Investment Management Seminar (2013)
    Annual event focusing on best practices in the industry. 


2013 Awards (2013)

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