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
Thomas BorchardOf Counsel
Commercial Real Estate, Employment Law, Intellectual Property, Transactional Law
Candice L. DavisOf Counsel
Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Tax Planning and Controversies, Transactional Law
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 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 clients in matters involving tender offers, going-private transactions, exchange offers, and Exchange Act compliance
- Represented web-based subscription service company in IPO and subsequent venture capital financing round
- Represented both issuers and underwriters in connection with initial public offerings and secondary offerings
- 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
FBFK sponsored a team as part of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers’ 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament on May 14 to raise money for low-income students across DFW.
As the creation of NFTs heats up, legal challenges increase as well. FBFK’s Ben King highlights opportunities and legal questions presented by this emerging space.
Merger and acquisition activity is on track to be as busy as it’s ever been for a local law firm, as uncertainty pushes business owners to exit and a heap of capital on the side drives buyers to make deals.
InfoWars and Sub V: Can Alex Jones’ Media Companies Use Small Business Reorganization to Curb Sandy Hook Defamation Liability?
Last week, three media sites affiliated with InfoWars and Alex Jones (InfoW LLC, IWHealth LLC and Prison Planet TV LLC – together, InfoWars), recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the Untied States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. Notably, the InfoWars debtors elected to proceed under Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Sub V) which provides for “Small Business Reorganization.” What is unique about this approach to Chapter 11 reorganization? More importantly, what does this mean in terms of how the InfoWars case may proceed in bankruptcy?