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Best of the Law Firms – February 2019 edition

Welcome to the February 2019 edition of the Best of the Law Firms.  In this feature, we recommend some of the best recent articles and analyses authored by top investment management lawyers.  These articles offer a more comprehensive review of the issues that we address in our daily “Our Take” alerts. 

The best law firms cranked out some great articles during the last several weeks, perhaps feeling a post-holiday burst of energy.  Paul Hastings offers a great overview of the esoteric world of Section 13 and Section 16 filings.  Morgan Lewis addresses best execution issues when recommending mutual fund share classes.  Dechert tries to discern the future of Brexit.  There were also some great pieces on co-investments from Pepper Hamilton, political and lobbying activities from K&L Gates, and a CFTC survey from WilmerHale.

SEC Reporting Obligations Under Section 13 and Section 16 of the Exchange Act (Paul Hastings)

When Best Execution Isn’t Best: Mutual Fund Share Class Selection (Morgan Lewis)

Brexit Manoeuvres: Potential Implications of a “Hard Brexit” for Fund Managers: A UK Perspective (Dechert)

Common Considerations and Complications of Co-Investments (webinar) (Pepper Hamilton)

Involuntary Termination of Investment Adviser: The Nuclear Option (Perkins Coie)

Fund Boards Are Not Immune to Activists (Skadden)

A Guide to Political and Lobbying Activities (K&L Gates)

A Year to Remember for Business Development Companies (Mayer Brown)

2018 CFTC Year-In-Review (WilmerHale)

Artificial Intelligence in Financial Services: Tips for Risk Management (Kramer Levin)

Preparing for the Next Generation of Actively Managed ETFs (Thompson Hine)

Securities Cases That Will Matter Most In 2019 (Willkie Farr & Gallagher)