Frank F. Rahmani is a partner in the Cooley Emerging Companies practice group. Resident in the Palo Alto office, he has been with the Firm since 1997.
Mr. Rahmani has a general business and corporate law practice with an emphasis in the representation of emerging growth companies and investors in securities transactions, including private institutional led financings, public offerings, intellectual property transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Rahmani has counseled companies, entrepreneurs and investors in a broad range of matters from start-up formation and spin-off transactions, assistance with obtaining early stage financing, technology acquisition and licensing matters, to later stage financings, strategic and commercial relationships, variety of public offerings and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Rahmani counsels companies in a wide range of industries including medical technology and life sciences, healthcare IT, software, and Internet services. He has represented company clients, investors and underwriters in over two hundred financings and securities offerings and over one hundred strategic partnering, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial transactions.
Mr. Rahmani received a J.D., from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1997, where he was on the Dean's List and was a representative to the American Bar Association. He received a business degree from Santa Clara University.
Prior to joining Cooley, Mr. Rahmani was an analyst with Intel Corporation working with the corporate finance and worldwide sales organizations.
Mr. Rahmani is a member of the State Bar of California.
- Santa Clara University School of Law
JD, 1997, Dean's List
- Santa Clara University