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Hedge Funds 


Capital Fund Law Group is experienced in various hedge fund strategies, encompassing a broad range of risk tolerance and investment philosophies within a wide array of investments, including debt and equity securities, commodities, currencies, derivatives, real estate, and other investment vehicles. 

Our investment fund legal services include proper structuring, disclosure documents and agreements, and registrations and filings. Engaging with a law firm with a deep knowledge of securities laws and regulations is essential to a successful launch. Depending on the hedge fund strategy and structure, this may subject a manager to state or federal-level requirements.

We have authored numerous industry publications and blog posts dedicated to helping investment managers understand various aspects of forming a hedge fund. The blog posts below discuss common hedge fund strategies, necessary documents, and when investment adviser registration is required.


At Capital Fund Law Group, we focus our expertise and knowledge on investment advisory services, fund formation, securities law, corporate law, and taxation. Our client-tailored flat fee will take you from start to finish, assuring no unexpected, hidden charges during the formation process. 

We concentrate our expertise on your specific legal needs, which may include various factors, such as structure, strategy, and terms. Our attorneys welcome an initial consultation to discuss your investment goals. During your consultation, we will detail our hedge fund services and customizable post-launch legal compliance program.

Hedge Fund Documents                                         

Must a Hedge Fund Register as an Investment Advisor?

Common Hedge Fund Strategies                       

10 hedge fund documents

Hedge Fund Documents

10 hedge fund documents

Hedge Fund Documents

10 hedge fund documents

Hedge Fund Documents

Schedule your complimentary consultation with one of our experienced attorneys to discuss the legal structure, regulatory requirements, timeline, and costs of forming a hedge fund.

Hedge Fund Resources

Information & Downloads


Forming & Operating a Hedge Fund | by John S. Lore, Esq.

Written by John S. Lore, Esq., managing partner and shareholder of Capital Fund Law Group, Forming & Operating a Hedge Fund is a brief guide for emerging fund managers. Click the button below to view and download the eBook on a mobile or desktop device.

This book provides a concise guide through the process of structuring, launching and raising capital for domestic and offshore hedge funds and other private investment funds. Throughout this book, we highlight pitfalls that fund sponsors should watch for and suggest best practices to safely and effectively navigate the process of forming and operating a fund.



Example Hedge Fund PPM Excerpt | by John S. Lore, Esq.

This is a brief excerpt of a sample hedge fund Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) with footnoted explanations of the PPM provisions.

The PPM is based on a fictitious master-feeder hedge fund using a global fixed-income arbitrage strategy. The accompanying explanations discuss the reasons behind certain disclosure language as well as a more detailed examination of certain fund topics and how they apply to the disclosure document.

The excerpt also provides drafting tips, best practices recommendations, potential pitfalls and common mistakes in hedge fund PPMs.


Hedge Fund Structural Considerations | by John S. Lore, Esq.

Emerging hedge fund managers face a labyrinth of regulatory and tax considerations, investor reporting requirements, and business operation issues. Managers must also balance investor relationships, capital raising, developing their investment strategies, and a myriad of other roles. Operating a hedge fund entails significant legal exposure, with substantial liability for improper disclosure. Even inadvertent mistakes can lead to substantial personal liability.

The structure of a hedge fund is dependent on a number of tax, regulatory, and financial considerations. Fund structure is also driven in large part by the fund’s strategy, such as the degree of liquidity of the portfolio investments. The fund structure should be developed based on careful and thorough analysis with the assistance of an experienced fund attorney.