Yehuda M. Braunstein practices in the firm’s Financial Services, Family Office and Corporate Groups. Mr. Braunstein’s practice focuses on investment funds, securities, family offices, joint ventures, regulatory compliance and investment advisers. He regularly structures and organizes hedge funds, private equity funds (including real estate, distressed and lending funds), funds of funds, separately managed accounts and hybrid funds. Additionally, he advises private fund managers on structure, compensation, employment and investor issues, and other matters relating to management companies. Mr. Braunstein also counsels family office clients in connection with all aspects of their operations, including formation and structuring, governance and compensation matters, transactional and day to day advisory work, as well as compliance issues. He also structures and negotiates seed investments, joint ventures and operating agreements. Mr. Braunstein’s practice also involves providing ongoing advice to investment advisers on securities law issues, including SEC filings, counseling clients in SEC regulatory and compliance matters, as well as conducting mock audits.
Prior to joining Sadis & Goldberg, Mr. Braunstein was Special Counsel in the Investment Management Group at Schulte Roth & Zabel where he represented numerous private investment managers and various types of investment funds and an Associate at Debevoise & Plimpton where he primarily represented private equity funds and their investment advisers.
- Fordham University School of Law (J.D. 1999, magna cum laude; Senior Articles Editor, Fordham Law Review)
- Touro College (B.S. in Accounting, 1994, summa cum laude)
- New York
- “Will Jewish Prisoners be Boerne Again? Legislative Responses to Boerne v. Flores,” 66 Fordham L. Rev. 2333 (1998)
Corporate, Financial Services, Family Office