Corporate Finance & Securities Transactions Attorneys in Utah
Other Offices: Rancho Santa Margarita (CA)
Law Firm OverviewThe Lebrecht Group APLC is located in South Jordan, Utah. We have experienced attorneys in the fields of corporate and securities law. We have experience with every type of going public transaction, merger and acquisition transaction, private and public company financing transaction, and other related transactions, and we do them well. However, we do not practice other areas of law, such as litigation, trusts and estates, family law, etc.
This focus on one core practice area allows our attorneys to become knowledgeable and gain experience in a wide variety of corporate securities transactions. It also allows them to avoid the distractions caused by having to crossover to other areas of law that their firm may practice but where they may not be experienced because their firm needs them in that area.
The number one complaint clients have about their attorneys, other than cost, is lack of responsiveness. At The Lebrecht Group, we are keenly aware of this and take pride in our turnaround time for clients’ inquiries and projects. Many attorneys are helpless to do anything about this as they must cater to the highest paying clients of the firm. At our firm, not only do we agree that slow turnaround time is not acceptable, but we are in a position to do something about it.
Year this Office was Established: 2001
Areas of Law
Areas of Law Description
The Lebrecht Group APLC offers legal representation on the following areas of practice:
- Private to Public Transactions
These transactions usually take the form of a reverse merger, a direct IPO, or an underwritten IPO, and we have done them all. There is more to these transactions than just drafting and signing contracts and, we have represented clients in all aspects from start to finish.
- Public Company Disclosure
Our firm has represented hundreds of companies with respect to their public company disclosure. These include fully reporting issuers under the ’34 Act, Business Development Companies, OTC Markets Current Information companies, companies reporting on foreign exchanges, and foreign companies reporting in the U.S.
- Regulatory Defense
Are you subject to financial industry regulation and compliance by the SEC, FINRA, DTC, PCAOB or state securities regulators? If so, we can help with your registration, reporting and inspection requirements. We have almost 60 years of combined experience in this area, representing financial industry professionals, accountants, issuers and investors in front of all of these agencies.
- Mergers and Acquisitions
Our founder, Brian A. Lebrecht, has been named as one of America’s Best Lawyers in the practice area of Mergers and Acquisitions for the past 6 years; We realize that no two transactions are alike, and so we provide custom solutions to fit your specific transaction.
- Special Situations
We often represent clients in special and unique situations that arise. This is where we get to use our expertise and experience, because most of the time these are situations of first impression, and their resolution depends on instinct, in-depth analysis, and relationships.
- Financing Transactions
We have represented hundred of companies and investors in numerous financing transactions, including venture capital financing, angel rounds, private placement memoranda, and high dollar “one off” financing transactions. We have experience in representing public and private companies, as well as individual and entity investors, and are equally qualified to represent either the investor or the company in a financing transaction.
- Broker-Dealer Due Diligence
For a fixed fee, typically paid by the issuer, we will perform any of the following compliance services, and provide you with a complete issuer due diligence file for your records: Due Diligence for Regulation D Private Placements; Due Diligence for Form 211 and 15c2-11 Applications; Due Diligence on Management or Auditors.
Mr. Brian A. Lebrecht
Asset Protection, Banking and Finance, Banking Law, Business and Industry, Capital Markets
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