Steven S. Scholes was quoted in the June 11 issue of Fortune Magazine in an article regarding the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' claim that Phil Goldstein, a hedge fund manager, violated rules prohibiting the marketing of hedge funds to average investors. In response, Goldstein and his firm filed suit in March 2007 against the secretary of the Commonwealth, claiming that the secretary had violated Goldstein's right to free speech. Mr. Scholes noted that if Goldstein wins his case, changes will likely be made in how hedge funds raise capital. "You would see more advertising in every imaginable form, especially by smaller, less established, and possibly riskier firms that need more capital. It would benefit them much more than the big houses," he said.