At Kahane Law Group, nothing is more important to us than helping our business clients be more successful and informed. Our team of business lawyers in Houston has compiled a list of some of the most commonly asked questions we encounter regarding business law and our services. We hope you find the information on this page useful
Business law is the area of the law that focuses on the regulations, codes, and statutes that dictate how businesses should be managed and conducted. This helps ensure that businesses do not engage in legal wrongdoing and that the rights of investors are always protected.
Securities laws regulate the sale of securities by companies to investors. They also set forth the information that must be provided to investors on a periodic basis. These laws are designed to ensure that investors have reliable information on which to base their investment decisions.
An initial public offering (IPO) is a complex process that requires extensive business planning. In addition, you must prepare financial statements and file a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Your chances for a successful IPO are greatly enhanced when you have legal guidance throughout the entire process.
Although the principal focus of private offerings of securities is often compliance with, or meeting requirement for exemptions from, federal and state securities laws.
Yes. Our law firm can handle both domestic and international business law cases. We have extended our services to investors and businesses throughout the globe. For clients who need to discuss their legal needs in Spanish or are dealing with a Latin American business transaction, we also offer Spanish-speaking services. For more information, please visit our International Business Law page.
Our legal fees are transparent for the convenience of the companies we represent. While most other business law firms charge an hourly rate, we tend to charge a flat-rate fee for services. We offer a general counsel program that allows your company to have priority, unlimited access to a business & securities attorney, and includes all services that your company may need. Because each legal matter and each company varies in terms of complexity, we recommend that you speak with us directly regarding our fees.