Potential Impact of Sen. Warren’s “Stop Wall Street Looting Act of 2021

15 Feb , 2022

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Ropes & Gray business restructuring partner Ryan Dahl will discuss the proposed “Stop Wall Street Looting Act of 2021,” sponsored by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.), among others, which seeks to make financial sponsors directly liable for the debt and obligations of the portfolio companies that they control. 

Ryan will explore the motivations behind the legislation, and the impact it would have on business formation and revitalization if it were enacted.

 

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