Warding Off Uncle Sam


In our previous article (Hedge Funds Review, March, pp32-36), we examined the increased willingness of US courts to assert jurisdiction over offshore hedge funds, their managers and their offshore service providers, despite what may seem like only a tenuous connection to the US.

This month, we explore how offshore hedge funds, their managers and their offshore service providers can try to reduce the risk of getting sucked into the vortex of litigation in the US by including forum selection and

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