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  2. England

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    1. Tokyo

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  5. USA

    1. New York NY

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    2. Washington DC

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  1. How high should your high water mark be?

    USA - August 19 2010

    In the wake of the recent financial crisis, many hedge funds are still struggling to climb back to their "high water marks" - the prior highest point of profitability, or the prior highest net asset value ("NAV"), of a hedge fund

  2. Delaware LLLPs: a viable option for private investment funds?

    USA - August 19 2010

    Historically, private investment funds (such as onshore hedge funds and private equity funds) have relied on the limited partnership as the primary organizational form of choice, despite the existence of a number of different organizational forms through which a private investment fund could, in theory, conduct its activities

  3. ISDA publishes close-out amount protocol

    Global - March 5 2009

    On February 27, 2009, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (“ISDA”) published the ISDA Close-out Amount Protocol (“Protocol”) to enable parties to certain 1992 ISDA Master Agreements (“1992 ISDA Agreement”) to amend the terms of those agreements on a multilateral basis to reflect the single measure of damages calculation upon early termination used in the ISDA 2002 Master Agreement (“2002 ISDA Agreement”

  4. District Court holds hedge funds not eligible assignees under loan agreement and thus not entitled to vote on plan

    USA - April 1 2014

    The District Court for the Western District of Washington recently concluded that certain Hedge Funds were not "Eligible Assignees" of loan

  5. EU likely to finance Galileo system with public funds

    European Union - May 11 2007

    Disputes among members of an industry consortium that have partnered with the European Union (EU) to implement Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system forced the European Commission (EC) yesterday to pursue a strategy of building the network with public funds

  1. Apple seeks $2.2 billion damage award in latest patent trial

    USA - April 11 2014

    An expert testifying on behalf of Apple, Inc. in the company's most recent patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung Electronics advised U.S

  2. Carriers endorse e-rate funding for broadband

    USA - April 11 2014

    Comments received by the FCC this week on proposals to boost Universal Service "E-Rate" funding for fixed broadband and Wi-Fi services depict

  3. Vivendi agrees to sell SFR to Altice

    USA - April 11 2014

    A month-long bidding contest between Altice and Bouygues for control of Vivendi's SFR telecommunications unit ended on Monday as Vivendi board

  4. European Parliament approves telecom reform law

    European Union - April 11 2014

    As anticipated, members of the European Parliament (EP) voted last Thursday to approve a sweeping telecommunications regulatory reform package that

  5. NAB chief calls for national broadcast plan, as FCC Chairman urges broadcasters to consider new distribution models

    USA - April 11 2014

    In opening remarks at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention in Las Vegas, NAB President Gordon Smith challenged the FCC to