Our attorneys represent local, national and international clients in a wide range of business and commercial law matters, including:
Intellectual property licensing
Mergers and acquisitions
Commercial real estate transactions
Our Transactional Law Team
Carson ReihsenAttorney and Assistant General Counsel
Transactional Law, Franchise Law, Employment Law, M&A
Representative Transactional Law Matters
- Represented world’s largest operator, franchisor, and licensor of convenience stores in connection with the formation and organization of a venture with some of the country’s largest merchants for the purpose of developing a merchant-driven mobile payment network
- Represented web-based subscription service company in IPO and subsequent venture capital financing round
- Represented underwriters in IPO by developer of insurance industry software systems
- Represented NYSE-listed cement and construction materials company in concurrent U.S. and Canadian public offerings of $100 million of common stock, public offerings of medium-term notes, and U.S.-Canadian exchange offer
- Represented both issuers and underwriters in connection with initial public offerings and secondary offerings
- Represented clients in matters involving tender offers, going-private transactions, exchange offers, and Exchange Act compliance
- Represented oilfield service company in connection with $550 million offering of senior unsecured notes under Rule 144A
- Represented oilfield service company in connection with $550 million offering of its 7.125% senior unsecured notes due 2018 under Rule 144A
News & Events
For the second consecutive year, Dallas-based FBFK has been named to Chambers USA’s Regional Spotlight Guide, indicating the firm is a leading medium-sized law firm in Texas.
Todd Friedland and John Stephens have been selected to the distinguished 2024 Edition of the Southern California Super Lawyers list. This is Friedland’s 13th consecutive year and Stephens’s 8th consecutive year on the list.
Todd Shadle and Steve Toland take on the civil and criminal statutes now available to pursue enforcement and offer 5 ways employers can protect themselves amidst growing threats.