Although last week’s IPO announcement by giant private equity fund The Blackstone Group has been hailed as a watershed event on Wall Street, some Atlanta deal lawyers don’t think it portends a rush by smaller, regional funds to go public.

Of course, if Blackstone’s IPO turns out to be ultra-successful, some private equity honchos could change their minds, said King & Spalding partner Raymond E. Baltz Jr.

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