Comments are due by March 9 on proposed Securities and Exchange Commission rules that would prevent some small investors from participating in burgeoning hedge funds, while forswearing any regulation of the funds’ operations.

Some New York attorneys argue that the SEC’s proposal does not address the need to prevent potential calamity to individual investors and the economy that could result from a high-profile hedge fund collapse.

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