Eileen Overbaugh

Eileen Overbaugh


Lowenstein Sandler LLP
New York, U.S.A.

tel: 212.419.5848
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Eileen advises hedge funds, private equity funds, venture funds, and other pooled investment vehicles in connection with structuring, formation, and ongoing operations. She is also a trusted advisor on regulatory and compliance issues.

Offering the benefit of extensive experience, Eileen negotiates seed and strategic investments as well as joint ventures, managed account arrangements, and other alternative investment relationships. Her practice is focused particularly on the business arrangements between principals of hedge funds and private equity funds, including governance of the investment manager and general partners of such funds.

Beyond her investment management and compliance experience, Eileen also drafts and negotiates complex shareholder agreements, limited liability agreements, and joint venture agreements for companies in numerous industries.

Eileen is known for building strong relationships with clients and understanding their business goals. She provides efficient, practical legal advice to a variety of clients, from family-owned enterprises to multinational investment advisors.

Principal areas of focus include:

  • Fund formation
  • Hedge funds
  • Investment management
  • Private equity
  • Governance

Bar Admissions

    New York
    New Jersey


Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D. 2009), summa cum laude
Drew University (B.A. 2006), summa cum laude
Areas of Practice

Broker-Dealer | Corporate | Corporate Governance & Compliance | Fund Formation & Structuring | Fund Regulatory & Compliance | Investment Management | Private Equity | Real Estate

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Speaking Engagements

Marie T. DeFalco and Eileen Overbaugh discuss the risks and pitfalls to be aware of when investing in funds and direct deals as well as best practices and processes for venture investments.

Time: 8:15 a.m.-6 p.m.
Location: Lowenstein Sandler LLP, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, 17th Floor, York, NY 10020

Professional Associations

Member of the New York Women's Bar Association

Professional Activities and Experience



Single-asset funds pool capital from multiple investors to invest in a single security, transaction or acquisition. As managers continue to explore offerings beyond traditional strategies and fund structures, they frequently pursue opportunities through vehicles designed to acquire a single asset. Distinguished from funds that invest in many assets and transactions, single-asset funds involve unique legal, regulatory and operational challenges. In a guest article, Eileen Overbaugh, partner at Lowenstein Sandler, examines these challenges, including in the context of structure; fees and expenses; term and liquidity; and follow-on investments and restructurings.