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Marc Lieberman, Mark Lasee to Speak at Inaugural ILPA Private Equity Legal Conference

News | April 2, 2019

Kutak Rock partners Marc Lieberman and Mark Lasee will present at the Institutional Limited Partners Association’s (ILPA) inaugural Private Equity Legal Conference in Arlington, VA on Wednesday, April 3, 2019. The first-of-its-kind event will gather legal and compliance professionals across ILPA’s diverse membership alongside industry peers to connect, learn and discuss trending legal topics in the industry.


Mr. Lieberman will present during the “Remedies: Make Sure You’re Protected Against Downside Risk in Your Partnership Agreement” panel. Mr. Lasee will present during the “Shhhh: How to Handle Confidentiality of Limited Partnership Agreements” panel.


Kutak Rock was one of a few select firms that collaborated with the ILPA on a national template for domestic and international limited partnership agreements. The conference will highlight for the investment community, ILPA’s new proposed form of the Limited Partnership Agreement (LPA), which Mr. Lieberman and Mr. Lasee helped to draft with the ILPA Task Force.


The ILPA is the only global organization dedicated exclusively to advancing the interests of limited partners (LPs) and their beneficiaries through best-in-class education, research, advocacy and events.


Marc Lieberman is Chair of the firm’s Institutional Investments Group, which represents government retirement systems in connection with their private equity, hedge fund, real estate and investment management matters. A Board-Certified Specialist in Real Estate Law (State Bar of Arizona), Marc directs a team of lawyers across the country dedicated to negotiating alternative investments for pension systems and other institutional investors. Marc also serves as fiduciary counsel to several government pension systems. 


Mark Lasee is a member of the firm’s National Institutional Investments Group and represents institutional clients concerning their investments in private markets. He has represented governmental pension plans in placing over $1 billion of their assets in domestic and offshore deals. Mark’s alternative investment representation includes all sorts of private equity, hedge fund, commingled real estate and infrastructure transactions for investors in international and domestic funds. Such activities include the negotiation of limited partnership agreements, subscription agreements and side letters, addressing regulatory and investment policy compliance and ensuring investment staff’s business deal terms are fully realized.