This article looks at an IPO currently in the preparation stage by The Carlyle Group LP, a well-known buyout firm. The registration statement for this IPO contains a very restrictive arbitration clause, which serves to stunt the threat of shareholder lawsuits. The article explains how such an arbitration clause is likely to set up a battle between the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Supreme Court.
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Carlyle IPO May Have Massive Implications for Shareholders Rights