Washington University Law Quarterly
Rollups of limited partnerships, recently the object of attention from Congress, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the investing public, raise many conflict-of-interest questions similar to those leveraged buyouts (LBOs) present. To be sure, LBOs and rollups differ in many ways; they tend, nonetheless, to share features that induce squeamishness in many observers.
Deborah A. DeMott,
Rollups of Limited Partnerships: Questions of Regulation and Fairness,
70 Wash. U. L. Q. 617
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