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Law firm insiders are getting calls from private-equity execs asking how to go activist after KKR’s splashy stake in Dave & Buster’s

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  • Private-equity firms are quietly considering if they should take more stakes in public companies as they seek to differentiate themselves in an industry loaded with capital ready to be put to work, attorneys told Business Insider.
  • PE firms are consulting with attorneys at law firms including Goodwin Procter and Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft about possible public company investing, though they are wary of mounting campaigns that are viewed as overly antagonistic to management, these people said.
  • “You see some PE firms that have reached out to us and are interested in learning more about how they can work with shareholder activists,” read more >>>

    Source:: BusinessInsider.Com