Through the legal looking glass

Legal update

2003 was a year of unprecedented scrutiny for the hedge fund industry. On the one hand, the industry came under attack for a variety of alleged abuses, particularly following revelations of systemic late trading and market timing by hedge funds in the United States. On the other hand, the industry was extolled for its ability to generate positive returns in declining markets and with promoting market liquidity and efficiency. Partly in response to the negative publicity and partly in an effort

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