Chadbourne Expands Its Private Funds Practice Group Team in New York
Sean Dailey Brings Valuable Investment Management Experience
February 12, 2013
The international law firm Chadbourne & Parke LLP today announced that Sean Dailey has joined the firm's New York office as counsel in the private funds group.
Mr. Dailey comes to Chadbourne from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP where he worked in the investment management group. He has significant experience structuring and advising domestic and offshore hedge, hybrid and private equity funds, and has represented registered investment advisers, closed-end investment companies and broker-dealers on fund formation and on-going investment matters.
"This is an exciting time for Chadbourne as we continue to add first-rate legal talent to further expand our investment management capabilities in this important practice area," said Chadbourne global Managing Partner Andrew Giaccia. "We are proud to have Sean on our team and look forward to benefitting from the strong experience and insights he will bring to our private funds practice."
Mr. Dailey's work spans a broad range of areas including private funds formation, capital markets, financings and private fund restructurings. His clients represent a wide range of industries, including media and telecommunications, financial services and mining.
"Sean brings strong regulatory capabilities and broad-based funds expertise to our growing private funds practice," added Chadbourne partner Allen Miller, head of the Corporate Department.
Based in New York, Chadbourne's private funds practice is supported by experienced lawyers in the firm's 11 other U.S. and international offices. The practice's team provides entrepreneurial, pragmatic and proactive advice on fund formation, management structuring and deal execution across a broad range of fund classes including buyout, venture capital, hedge, real estate, mezzanine, distressed and funds of funds.
Mr. Dailey earned a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, a Master of Arts in Philosophy and Literature from Dartmouth College, and a J.D., from University of Pennsylvania Law School.