February 3, 2012
Carlyle backs off arbitration provision
“After consultations with the SEC, Carlyle investors and other interested parties, we have decided to withdraw the proposed arbitration provision,” Christopher Ullman, a Carlyle spokesman, said today in an e-mailed statement. “We first offered the provision because we believed that arbitrating claims would be more efficient, cost effective and beneficial to our unitholders.”
Steven Davidoff didn't think the SEC would ever let Carlyle go public with the arbitration provision intact. Looks like he was rigtht.
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