Ed Dartley is a partner in the firm’s New York office where he is a member of the Investment Management, Hedge Funds and Alternative Investments practice group. Mr. Dartley concentrates his practice on all facets of the asset management industry, with particular focuses on the alternative investment asset classes, private equity, and venture capital funds, and managed accounts, as well as regulatory, compliance and operational matters, compliance audits, and internal governance. He advises numerous emerging and middle market private equity clients and other alternative asset managers on a wide range of issues facing the industry today.
Mr. Dartley also focuses his practice on advising energy-focused alternative asset managers and companies on a wide variety of matters, and has worked with industry players in both the traditional and alternative energy industries. In addition, he has extensive experience advising clients in the fintech and marketplace lending (peer to-peer) industries.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Edward Dartley
Edward Dartley is a partner with K&L Gates, and he has contributed to National Law Review extensively, along with his colleagues Mary Burke Baker and Adam Tejeda, on Opportunity Zone Tax Regulations, a major piece of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). His collborative contributions to the analysis of Opportunity Zones incentives provide investors and real estate developers keen insight into the regulations and how they will impact the real estate development landscape. His expertise and insights earned him a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leadership Award.