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Investment Funds

Comprehensive legal solutions for funds of all types to achieve their investment strategies.


Whether raising $100k or $100m, fund managers have a tough job. Investors trust them to preserve capital and generate wealth, while regulators watch them to ensure compliance.

Forming and operating a fund is a highly regulated, complicated business. We help fund clients navigate the ever-changing landscape of securities and investment laws so they can continue doing what they do best: forging relationships, building trust and spotting that next unicorn.

Core services

  • fund formation

    Fund Formation

    Whether private equity, hedge fund, real estate or venture capital, we help structure and form funds of all types to help bring their investment strategies to life.


    GP Operations

    We advise fund managers with day-to-day operations both big and small, including employment agreements, fund governance and LP relations.


    Portfolio Investments

    When funds are ready to deploy capital, we help negotiate key terms and conduct due diligence on portfolio investments of all types, whether a direct investment in startups, forward purchase contracts, or a funds-of-funds structure.

  • regulatory compliance

    Regulatory Compliance

    Whether securities, investment adviser, investment company or broker-dealer laws, we help fund clients navigate the complicated financial laws governing investment funds.

  • Fund Formation: Advised fund managers in variety of fund formations, including $100m fund for corporate lending, $60m fund for real estate development and cryptocurrency trading fund.
  • SPVs: Advised in structuring SPVs to acquire Rimac, Affirm, SpaceX, and other high demand pre-IPO stock.
  • Financial Instruments: Advised funds in forward purchase contracts, buy/sell back structures, receivable sales and securitization and other financial transactions.
  • Regulatory: Advised various investment funds in Securities Act, Investment Adviser Act and Investment Company Act matters.

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