Private equity firms are flush these days. Surging company valuations have made finding smart investments more tricky, however—and that has created a bottleneck for big buyouts, according to a recent report.
But having clients with more money than they know what to do with isn’t creating problems for private equity lawyers, judging by interviews with practitioners at a handful of firms. In fact, some say the environment has created opportunities.
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