Litigation trio looks at 'big boy letters'

August 10, 2007
1 minutes
Two recent developments have brought so-called "big boy letters," widely used agreements between investors and sellers in certain institutional markets, under increasing scrutiny. In the June 2007 edition of Insights, three attorneys in Ropes & Gray's Litigation Department – partner Randall W. Bodner and associate Peter L. Welsh – analyze the developments and conclude that such letters still serve a valuable practical purpose. To read the article, "Big Boy Letters in the Spotlight," please click "Download PDF."