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Big Changes in Pennsylvania for LLCs, LLPs, LPs, and GPs

A major overhaul and modernization of the laws governing unincorporated associations in Pennsylvania took effect Tuesday. Act 170 of 2016, signed into law in November and currently being tracked by Barley Snyder...more

New Law to Govern Pennsylvania Entities

Effective February 21, 2017, Pennsylvania law will change significantly for business corporations, nonprofit corporations, and especially for limited liability companies (“LLCs”), limited partnerships (“LPs”), limited...more

Major Changes to Business Entity Laws in Pennsylvania Beginning February 21, 2017

Pennsylvania has enacted a comprehensive set of laws (Act 170) modernizing the treatment of unincorporated associations, including limited liability companies, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited...more

Business Litigation Alert: "Will Texas Change the Recovery of Attorneys' Fees in 2017?"

The general rule in Texas is that litigants must pay their own attorneys’ fees. Texas only allows the recovery of attorneys’ fees where it is authorized by statute, called for in the contract between the parties, or – in rare...more

Company Types in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Knowing which corporate vehicle to use is a key concern in any commercial enterprise. This article will summarise the different types of corporate entity used within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the key differences between...more

Private Placement of Securities in Canada - Second Edition

Securities regulation in Canada is a matter of provincial jurisdiction and each of the ten Canadian provinces and three territories has its own securities regulatory body, that enforces the relevant local legislation and...more

UK Government to Update Limited Partnership Rules for Private Investment Funds

New legislation will introduce more flexible regime for limited partnerships. Legislation to maintain the United Kingdom’s competitive position in private investment funds has been laid before Parliament this month...more

Delaware Supreme Court Implies Duty Of Disclosure For Limited Partnership Conflicts Provision

Agreements for publicly-traded limited partnerships often disclaim any fiduciary duties and provide safe harbors for transactions involving a conflict for the controller. The safe harbor provisions frequently contain minimal...more

Choice of Entity and Key Contents of Organization Documents

Five Business Entity Forms: • Corporation • General Partnership • Limited Partnership • Limited Liability Partnership (“LLP”) • Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) Please see full presentation publication...more

Expect the Unexpected: The Year Ahead for the Financial Institutions Sector

With contributors across the sector and the globe, we've compiled a review of some of the developments that will affect financial institutions in 2017 and beyond. The one thing that 2016 taught us was to expect the...more

"Delaware Supreme Court Addresses Limited Partnership Drop-Down Transactions and Conflicts Committees"

The Delaware Supreme Court recently ruled on two appeals from Court of Chancery decisions involving "conflicts committees" of Delaware limited partnerships. Both decisions arise out of challenges to "drop-down" transactions...more

Co-Investments in Private Equity: The SEC’s Focus on Disclosure

The trend of utilizing co-investments in private equity continues to grow. A Special Report by Preqin found that 69% of the 320 sponsors surveyed offered co-investment rights to their limited partners, with another 18%...more

Introduction of limited partnership law in the Kingdom of Bahrain

The Central Bank of Bahrain has recently introduced the Limited Partnership Law (the Law) in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The law was passed by Parliament and was published on 4 August 2016 in the Official Gazette....more

Fund Restructurings: How to Navigate a Conflict-Rich Environment

The number of private equity fund restructurings is likely to rise in the coming years. The current economic expansion will inevitably come to an end (at 87 months and counting, this expansion is already the third longest...more

GPs Operating in Japan: Follow-Up Information Disclosures for Article 63 Filers Is Required

GPs that operate limited partnerships based on the exemption under Article 63 of the FIEA and have recently completed a renewal filing around the end of the grace period (August 31, 2016) are required to prepare Form 20-2...more

Can Limited Partnerships Have Officers?

Can limited partnerships have officers? In many cases, individuals with officer titles will actually be officers of the general partner. My question is whether a limited partnership itself may have officers....more

Changes to PA Business Corp. Law may affect the way Commercial Real Estate is owned in PA

For decades owners of commercial real estate in Pennsylvania took title in limited partnerships, not necessarily because it was the best entity to own and manage property, but because it minimized the effect of the Capital...more

Canadians Who Invested in U.S. LLPs and LLLPs Need to Rethink Their Choice of Entity

Historically, Canadian investors in U.S. partnerships benefitted from an extremely efficient income tax structure – i.e., a single level of tax, credit against Canadian taxes for taxes paid in the U.S., and an ability to...more

2016 Changes to Delaware Law Go into Effect

Amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law - Several significant amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law (the DGCL) were signed into law on June 16, 2016, and went into effect on August 1, 2016.1 Most...more

How, When and Where a Partnership Can Elect into the New Partnership Audit Regime

On August 4, 2016, the IRS published a temporary regulation for partnerships wanting to elect into the new partnership audit procedural rules that were enacted in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 on November 2, 2015. Treas....more

Conducting Business in Dubai

The growth of international businesses in Dubai has made it a major commercial hub for global institutions and companies. ...more

SEC Prevails in Offering Fraud Action

The SEC prevailed in an offering fraud case against the promoters of an oil and gas investment scheme. The court granted summary judgment in favor of the Commission. SEC v. Downey, Civil Action No. 1:14-cv-00185 (N.D. Tex....more

Proposed changes to the UK Limited Partnership Act 1907

On 23 July 2015, the UK Treasury published a consultation paper and draft Legislation Reform (Limited Partnership) Order 2015 setting out its proposed amendments to the Limited Partnership Act 1907 (LPA 1907). The...more

D.C. Circuit Questions FERC’s Policy Statement on Income Tax Allowances

On July 1, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued its opinion in United Airlines, Inc., et al. v. FERC. This oil pipeline rate case appeal involves SFPP, L.P., a pipeline organized as a limited...more

Court Holds That An Officer Of A General Partner Does Not Individually Owe Fiduciary Duties To The Partnership

In Rainier Income Fund I v. Gans, two limited partnerships sued an individual, who was the president of the general partner of the partnerships and co-owner of the only other limited partner, for breaching fiduciary duties...more

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