Speaking Engagement

The Fifth Annual Winter Forum on Real Estate Opportunity and Private Fund Investing

1/23/2008

Laguna Beach, CA

Morrison & Foerster LLP Partner Kenneth W. Muller will speak at the Fifth Annual Winter Forum on Real Estate Opportunity and Private Fund Investing being held January 23-25 at the Montage Resort in Laguna Beach, California.

Mr. Muller will participate in the Industry Best Practices for Fund & Internal GP Structures panel being held on the second day of the conference, January 24th, at 12pm. The session's focus is to be on current industry best practices in structuring funds and internal GP entities that reduce risk, add GP flexibility and increase the bottom line. Mr. Muller will provide insights from his Private Equity practice at Morrison Foerster as the panel surveys new developments including GP and officer compensation variations; emerging GP liability and officer exculpation standards; waterfall variations; current UBIT standards required by tax-exempt investors; and, expanded early warning and self help mechanisms user in Fund JVs.

Mr. Muller represents private equity funds, venture capital funds, leveraged buyout funds, real estate funds, debt funds and emerging growth companies in all aspects of their enterprises. His practice emphasizes the formation, organization and operation of limited partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations, as well as venture capital and strategic finance, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, public and private offerings, joint ventures, cross-border transactions and other types of business transactions. He has represented some of the largest and most well-known sponsors of private equity, venture capital and real estate funds and he currently serves as a co-chair of the Private Equity Fund Group and the Private Equity Buyout Group.


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