Tag: Bingham McCutchen

Christopher Cox Joins Bingham

Christopher Cox, former Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, is going to join Bingham McCutchen LLP in their Orange County office. From 1977 to 1986, Cox worked out of the Orange County office Latham & Watkins. At the time of his retirement in 1986 he was the Partner in Charge of the Corporate

EU Proposes Directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers

The European Commission published a draft Directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers to establish a common regulatory and supervisory framework for all investment managers of funds promoted to investors in the European Union and not currently subject to European level regulation. Though the measure is directed at the hedge fund industry, the Directive would affect

The New COBRA Subsidy: An Update for Employers

The Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation group at Bingham McCutchen LLP put together a nice summary of the steps employers need to take in light of the changes to COBRA under the the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. They dive into many of the details of who is eligible for the subsidy and

Recommended Annual Review for Hedge Funds and Other Private Fund Managers

Bingham McCutchen has put together a Recommended Annual Review for Hedge Funds and Other Private Fund Managers. Bingham put together a laundry list of regulations, policies and filings that you should review on at least an annual basis: Compliance Policies and Procedures Form ADV Part 1 and Form ADV Part II Form SH Anti-Fraud Rule

Bingham’s Take on Compliance Reviews of an Extraordinary Year

Nancy M. Persechino of Bingham McCutchen LLP put together her take on the Compliance Reviews of an Extraordinary Year. She also includes a chart of the changes in law and rules, new guidance, and enforcement actions (.pdf). Given the market turbulence of the past year and the rapidly changing business and regulatory environments, many CCOs

Bingham Presentation on Massachusetts Data Security Law

Bingham McCuthen LLP put together a panel presentation on the Complying with Massachusetts New Data Security Regulations. Mark Robinson, a partner at Bingham, started with an introduction of the law and panel. He called the law “perilous.” Beth Boland, a partner at Bingham, went through the requirements of the new law. OCBR and the business