Jonathan S. Adler represents large financial institutions and fund managers in complex asset management transactions.
Managers of large private funds, including hedge funds, real estate funds, private equity funds, funds-of-one, and hybrid funds, seek Jonathan’s advice on fund formation and regulation, as well as acquisitions and dispositions of alternative investment managers. Jonathan also provides advice to such managers on securities laws matters, including Section 13(d), Section 13(f), Section 16, Regulation D, Regulation S, Rule 144, Rule 144A, Rule 105, and Rule 152.
Jonathan has been recognized by Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business and by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as a leading individual in Hedge Funds. He is consistently recognized by Legal 500 in Investment Fund Formation and Management: Alternative/Hedge Funds.
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2022 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers Global 2022 Guide Recognizes Fried Frank Practices and Lawyers⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2021 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers Global 2021 Guide Recognizes Fried Frank Practices and Lawyers⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2020 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2019 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Adopts New Rule Requiring Form 13F Filers to Report Annually Their Proxy Voting Record⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Proposes New Oversight Requirements for Certain Services Outsourced by Registered Investment Advisers⟶
Client memorandum |EXAMS Publishes Risk Alert Regarding Examinations Focused on the New Investment Adviser Marketing Rule⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Proposes Rulemaking to Require Short Sale Reporting⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Proposes Changes to Beneficial Ownership Reporting⟶
Client memorandum |Renewed Regulatory Focus on Short Sale and Swap Position Reporting.⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Adopts Rules to Modernize and Streamline Exempt Offerings⟶