With offices in California, New York and Singapore, MagStone Law, LLP is a modern law firm dedicated to providing solution-focused, cost-effective, and high quality legal services to our clients. We are all experienced lawyers with backgrounds from the most prominent international law firms. Our practice covers all aspects of corporate transactional law, including business formation, financing, licensing, corporate governance, mergers & acquisitions and SEC compliance. We also provide legal services in intellectual property, real estate transactions, tax controversy, litigation and dispute resolution services. Known for our expertise on U.S.-China cross-border transactions, we have become the go-to law firm for many Chinese companies exploring the U.S. market and U.S. companies entering into the Chinese market.
At MagStone, we combine entrepreneurship, agility, and solution-oriented client service of a high-end boutique law firm with the multidisciplinary capacity of a large global firm.
Our commitment to providing the solutions focused, innovative services requires professionals of exceptional talent who can think on their feet and are eager to work collaboratively to tackle complex issues.
MagStone Recent Deals.
Represented CertiK Global Ltd. in its financing transactions with a total fund raise size of approximately $150 million
Represented the special committee of the board of the directors of Newater Technology, Inc. in a going-private transaction and Nasdaq delisting
Represented Estun Automation, a PRC public company, in its $9 million investment in a Boston-based robotics company
Represented Hong Kong Dewei Advanced Materials International Trading Co., Limited on its $20 million acquisition of the majority equity interest in US FuelCell Corporation and its investment in US Hybrid Corporation
Represented Beijing-based Spearhead Integrated Marketing Communication Group (SZSE: 300071) on its acquisition of San Francisco-based Smaato Inc. and Smaato Holding AG, the leading independent global real-time advertising platform for mobile publishers and app developers, for $148 million